This is the Title IV-D beast which provides incentives for our courts to give one parent full custody and deprive the other parent of their equal custodial timeshare. Remember that child support orders are based on a parent’s custodial timeshare. The less time one parent has custody of their child, the more child support he/she has to pay which translates into nearly a half a billion dollars per state per year. This is the bill we need to repeal if we are ever going to achieve the reform we are seeking in our family courts nationwide.
Here is a link to the Social Security Administration website that explains how money is divided up between the states to add incentive to collect child support.