This report provides evidence on how NCP, CP and case characteristics are associated with the likelihood of compliance. The findings help identify the characteristics that predict how long a case is likely to remain compliant, the kinds of cases that are more likely to fall out of compliance, and how long non-compliant cases are likely to remain out of compliance. (Excerpt from author executive summary)
Understanding patterns of compliance with child support orders in Washington state
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