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CSAACalifornia State Automobile Association
CSAACoverage Sampling anti Aliasing
CSAACentral Station Alarm Association
CSAACultural Studies Association of Australasia
CSAACanadian Sociology and Anthropology Association
CSAACoverage Sampling Anti-Aliasing (computer graphics)
CSAAChinese Studies Association of Australia
CSAACalifornia State Auctioneers Association
CSAAChild Support Assessment Act (Australia)
CSAACentro Studi Archeologia Africana
CSAAChinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics
CSAAChild Study Association of America
CSAAcomp.sys.acorn.announce (newsgroup)
CSAAChina Shipping (Australia) Agency
CSAAChief Sergeant at Arms (Rotary International)
CSAACommittee on Space Astronomy and Astrophysics (US Space Science Board)
CSAAChild Support (Assessment) Act 1989 (Australia)
CSAAComputer Science Alumni Association
CSAAClassical Studies, Anthropology and Archaeology
CSAACatholic School Athletic Association
CSAACommunity Spouse Asset Allowance
CSAACanadian Society for Asian Arts
CSAAColorado State Archery Association
CSAAContinuous Simulation of Air Base Assets
CSAACentro Sportivo e delle Attività per l’Ambiente
CSAAChild Sexual Abuse Act (India)
CSAACommission des Statistiques de l'Assurance-Accidents (Switzerland)
CSAAComité Scientifique de l'Alimentation Animale
CSAACholine-Supplemented, L-Amino Acid-defined
CSAACentral State Activities Association
CSAACentral Service Area Authority
CSAACarleton Soccer Alumni Association
CSAACivil Service Archery Association (UK)
CSAACreation Science Association of Alberta
CSAAColorado State Approving Agency
CSAAColegio San Antonio Abad (Humacao, Puerto Rico)
CSAACouncil of Specialized Accrediting Agencies
CSAACamp Squanto Alumni Association
CSAACzech and Slovak Association for American Studies
CSAACisco Service Assurance Agent
CSAACommission de Suivi et d'Application de l'Accord
CSAACanadian Sport Aeroplane Association
CSAAContract Services Association of America
CSAACentra voor Seksualiteit, Anticonceptie en Abortus (Netherlands)
CSAACawdor Street Allotment Association (UK)
CSAAComité de Servicios de los Amigos Americanos
CSAACarry-Save Adders
CSAACampus School Alumni Association
CSAAComfortable and Safe African Adventure (Namibia)
CSAACancer Survivors Alumni Association
CSAAContractor Safety Awareness Association
CSAACruise Ship Anchorage Areas
CSAACareer Services and Alumni Affairs
CSAAClan Snar Adoption Agency
CSAACollection Strategies and Analysis (US CIA)
CSAACertificates of Software Asset Appraisal
CSAACounty Supervisors Association of Arizona
CSAAComité de Seguridad Alimentaria y Agricultura
CSAACommission Spécialisée Astronomie-Astrophysique (France)
CSAACross-Sectional Area of the Axis
CSAAContinuing Student Application for Aid
CSAACell Site Antenna Array
CSAAConsulenze Servizi Antinfortunistica Antincendio
CSAACentral Student Alumni Association
CSAAChild Sexually Abusive Activity
CSAACommittee on the Social Science of Aging
CSAACommittee for Student Academic Appeals
CSAACollegiate Student Affairs Administrator
CSAAContract Support Activity Assessment
CSAAContinuous Subcutaneous Administration of Analgesia
CSAACustomer Services Accounts Assistants (Zesco, Zambia)
CSAACenter for the Social Application of the Arts
CSAAConfederación Sudamericana de Atletismo
CSAACanadian Student Affairs Association
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After hearing evidence and argument, the trial court concluded that appellants owed the commonwealth child support for the time their son was in the physical custody of a foster home.
Pursuant to Domestic Relations Law 240[1-b-[f] (Family Court Act 413 1[f]) unless the court finds that the non-custodial parents pro-rata share of the basic child support obligation is unjust or inappropriate upon consideration of certain factors enumerated in the CSSA, the child support calculation under the statute is presumptively correct." There are 10 "f" factors, but the ones most likely applicable to payment of extracurricular activities are: "(1) The financial resources of the custodial and non-custodial parent, and those of the child, (2) The physical and emotional health of the child and his/her special needs and aptitudes, [and] (3) The standard of living the child would have enjoyed had the marriage or household not been dissolved."
"Given the informal arrangements around the payment of the children's expenses have not been regularly sustained by [Pitt] for over a year and a half, [Jolie] intends to file an RFO (a request for a court order) for the establishment of a retroactive child support order."
If the father is unemployed or a student, there is little chance for her to sue for child support.
The federal Office of Child Support Enforcement oversees the child support program, and we have certain mandates and performance measures that we must abide by.
The Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement reports that late child support owed by all noncustodial parents--not only those in prison--totaled nearly $116 billion in 2015, and of that amount, less than $7.6 billion was paid.
Parents should also be able to challenge unfair child support awards, the committee said, as they called for an end to loopholes for the self-employed.
The Florida Child Support Program uses data to guide team members; its goal is to select the compliance actions that will result in the greatest return on investment (ROI) for the program.
"We're going to use every tool that we can to collect support that is due to children and families, and that's why this initiative is being pursued," said Janece Rolfe, a spokeswoman for the Child Support Division, in an interview last week.
Also, in the recent past, it was common for people to file an application for child support, to change a child support order, or to respond to an application without ever providing their financial disclosure.
Idaho child support program director Kandace Yearsley said the committee's decision has placed Idaho at risk of losing nearly $46 million in federal child-support funding as well as access to the federal enforcement tools used to collect child-support payments from parents living in other states.
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