Child maintenance redesign survey: indications of future behaviours and choices
BMRB Social Research (Firm), Corporate Document Services (Leeds, England), Great Britain. Dept. for Work and Pensions
Corporate Document Services, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 77 pages
This report presents the findings of a Department for Work and Pensions survey on the likely future behaviour of Child Support Agency clients under the new choices available in the forthcoming redesigned child maintenance system. The survey involved a sample of both parents with care and non-resident parents, and including parents on Jobseeker Allowances and Income support.
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