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State’s child support advisory committee will meet online Sept. 17

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The Alabama Advisory Committee on Child Support Guidelines and Enforcement will have a web meeting on Thursday, Sept. 17, at 10 a.m.

The committee’s members, who are appointed by the Supreme Court of Alabama, have been meeting monthly to review the guidelines and schedule of basic obligations concerning child support and make recommendations for changes to the Supreme Court.

The guidelines and schedule are used by courts to determine the amounts of child support to be paid.

Written comments and suggestions to the committee can be mailed, postmarked no later than Friday, Sept. 11, to the Supreme Court of Alabama Clerk’s Office and labeled “Attention: Advisory Committee on Child Support Guidelines, 300 Dexter Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104-3741.”

No comments or suggestions will be accepted by phone.

Anyone wanting to join the web meeting should submit an e-mail no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 15, to [email protected] for instructions. The committee will allow public comments toward the end of the meeting.

Materials for the meeting can be found here.

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Micah Danney is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.

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