Saturday, May 20, 2006

Legislative Development: Kansas Law Limits Where Deadbeat Parents May Drive

When a child support obligor owes more than $500 in child support, under a bill signed into law Wednesday by Kansas Governor Sebelius, the individual will be limited in where a car may be driven. The new law provides that an obligor may drive only to or from work or school, or in case of a medical emergency.  The bill originally would have revoked the license of these parents, however, legislators amended the proposal so the obligor could drive on a limited basis.  Legislators felt that if the parent could not  drive to work, money needed to pay child support could not be earned. Source.  49abcnews.com. Please click here for the complete story (last visited May 20, 2006, reo).

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