Incarcerated and Re-entering Parents

Date: June 04, 2015

Hannah Andrews

As emphasized in OCSE’s recent Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), child support accruals based on pre-incarceration earnings are likely to result in uncollectible arrears.  Timely review and modification of the obligation are key not only to reduced arrears during incarceration, but also an easier return to the workforce after the obligor is released from incarceration.  Join us as we discuss working with incarcerated obligors and modifying support to reflect the obligor’s change in circumstances, including a jurisdiction that implements the recommendation in the NPRM of initiating a modification without waiting for a request from the obligor.

Tiffany Chinn, Human Services Program Consultant, Ohio Dept of Job & Family Services
Leslie McGrew, Section Chief, Systems and Operation, Colorado DCSS
Rob Pierson, Deputy Director, Stark County (OH) Child Support Services
Patrick Whalin, Child Support Program Administrator, Washington DCS

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