Child Support: All Over the Map, With Different Results in Different States

January 7, 2016 at 12:00pm1:00pm
Fox Rothschild LLP

Every state calculates child support according to its own measurements.

Parents with the same income level may pay varying levels of child support depending on the jurisdiction of the case.

States also define emancipation differently. An obligation to pay support will end sooner rather than later, depending again on the jurisdiction.

In some cases, under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act, a more favorable jurisdiction can be elected if done timely.

We invite you to join us for this panel discussion featuring a team of Fox family law attorneys who will share insights into the varying child support results that can occur in the jurisdictions in which they practice.


Brian J. Cooke
Kasey DeSantis
Jessica C. Diamond
Kimia Klein
Rhonda E. Ores
Julia Swain

This program will be presented via videoconference to our offices in:

Atlantic City, NJ
Blue Bell, PA
Chicago, IL
Dallas, TX
Denver, CO
Exton, PA
Las Vegas, NV

Los Angeles, CA (Century City)
Los Angeles, CA 
Miami, FL
Morristown, NJ
New York, NY
Philadelphia, PA
Pittsburgh, PA

Princeton, NJ
Roseland, NJ
San Francisco, CA
Warrington, PA
Washington, DC
West Palm Beach, FL
Wilmington, DE

CLE Credit Information:

California CLE 1 General - Participatory
Colorado CLE 1 General (Pending)
Delaware CLE 1 General
Florida CLE 1 General (Pending)
Georgia CLE 1 Regular (Pending)
Illinois CLE 1 General (Pending)
Indiana CLE 1 General (Pending)
Minnesota CLE 1 General (Pending)
Montana CLE 1 General (Pending)
Nevada CLE 1 General (Pending)
New Jersey CLE 1.2 General

New York CLE 1 PP
North Carolina CLE 1 General (Pending)
North Dakota CLE 1 General (Pending)
Ohio CLE 1 General (Pending)
Pennsylvania CLE 1 Substantive
Texas CLE 1 Self-Study General
Utah CLE 1 General (Pending)
Virginia CLE 1 General (Pending)
West Virginia CLE 1.2 General (Pending)
Wyoming CLE 1 General (Pending)