Resources: Problem Solving for Support Enforcement

Ashton, J. (2006).  “Child Support Dockets Benefit from Using Problem-Solving Court Principles,” Juvenile and Family Justice Today, Winter. http://nasje.org/news/newsletter0601/resources_03.htm

Child Support and the Court Web site.  childsupportandthecourt.org

Conference of Chief Justices and Conference of State Court Administrators (2000).  “CCJ Resolution 22, COSCA Resolution 4: In Support of Problem-Solving Courts.”  Task Force on Therapeutic Jurisprudence, CCJ/COSCA Annual Meeting, Rapid City, S.D., August 3. http://cosca.ncsc.dni.us/Resolutions/CourtAdmin/resolutionproblemsolvingcts.html

Legler, P. (2003).  “Low Income Fathers and Child Support: Starting Off on the Right Foot.”  Final Report, Policy Studies, Inc., prepared for the Annie E. Casey Foundation Knowledge Center, Baltimore, January 30. http://www.aecf.org/KnowledgeCenter/Publications.aspx?pubguid=%7B131B25C8-4405-45E4-B954-F6C3513C0CE4%7D

Rausch, J., and T. Rawlings. (2008).  “Integrating Problem-Solving Court Practices Into the Child Support Docket,” National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Reno, Nev.  http://nasje.org/news/newsletter0803/R1cNCJFCJIntegratingProblemSolving.pdf

Ruth, K. (2006).  “‘Breaking the Cycle’:  Alternatives to Incarceration Lead to Collections in Wake County, North Carolina,” Child Support Report, January.

Sorensen, E. (1999). “Dead-Broke Dads,” Washington Post, Commentary, June 1. http://www.urban.org/url.cfm?ID=900216

Young, N. L. (2011).  “Promising Practices: ‘Intensive Case Monitoring’ Helps Virginia Parents Support Children, Avoid Incarceration,” Child Support Report, September.  http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cse/pubs/2011/csr/csr1109.pdf

Zingraff, R. (2007). “Extended Executive Summary: The Effects of Differential Court Sanctions on Child Support Payment Compliance.”  Child Support and the Court Web site.  http://www.childsupportandthecourt.org/reports/differential_court_sanctions

2008 Va. Acts, Chapter 448, Act of the Virginia General Assembly to Establish Intensive Case Monitoring Pilot Programs for Child Support Enforcement.  http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?081+ful+CHAP0448