An Introduction to the Children Act, 1989

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For purposes of the QDRO provisions, an alternate payee cannot be anyone other than a spouse, former spouse, child, or other dependent of a participant. Section 4322 is referred to in section 4305 of this title. (a) Emancipated child.--A court shall not order either or both parents to pay for the support of a child if the child is emancipated. (b) Marital status of parents immaterial.--In making an order for the support of a child, no distinction shall be made because of the marital status of the parents. § 4324.

Pages: 96

Publisher: Stationery Office Books (December 1989)

ISBN: 0113212542

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