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Bankruptcy and Child Support Enforcement: Improve Information Sharing Possible without Routine Data Matching
Kay E. Brown (au)
Recognizing the importance of child support (CS), the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 requires that if a parent with CS obligations files for bankruptcy, a bankruptcy trustee must notify the custodial parent and state CS enforcement agency so that they may participate in the case. The act also required a study of the feasibility of matching bankruptcy records with CS records to assure that filers with CS obligations are identified. This report: (1) identified the percent of bankruptcy filers with obligations nationwide; (2) examined the potential for routine data matching to facilitate the identification of filers with CS obligations; and (3) studied the feasibility and cost of doing so. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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