8 Fam. Advoc. 1 (1985-1986)

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New Remedies: Congress Gets Tough
By Robert M. Horowitz
New Remedies: Wage Withholding Gets Tougher
By Diane Dodson
Child Support Guidelines: A Necessary Evil?
By Michael J. Albano & John W. Dennis, Jr.
Out-of-State Support: Getting Mileage Out of
Long-Arm Statutes
By Nanette Laughrey
Adult Children: Paying for College
By Anne C. Rice
Adult Children: Paying for the Disabled
By John Fox
The Richest Kid on the Block
20                                            By Ira H. Lurvey
26                                              Clause & Effect
When Must Stepparents Foot the Bill?
By Cary B. Cheifetz
32                                       Making a Federal Case
Some Legal Battles Are Worth Taking to Court-
Others Are Not
By Henry Baskin
View From Beyond
By Stanley S. Clawar
From Here to Paternity
By Steven R, Lake & Mary D. Paulsen
Case of the Issue
4By Judith Salkow Shapiro
47                                       Family Law Newsletter

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