Perceived Fairness and Compliance with Child Support Obligations Perceived Fairness and Compliance with Child Support Obligations Two Competing Hypotheses concerning Perceptions and Routine Income Withholding

@inproceedings{Schaeffer1997PerceivedFA,
  title={Perceived Fairness and Compliance with Child Support Obligations Perceived Fairness and Compliance with Child Support Obligations Two Competing Hypotheses concerning Perceptions and Routine Income Withholding},
  author={Nora Cate Schaeffer and Judith A. Seltzer and Sara S. Mclanahan and Charles N. Halaby},
  year={1997}
}
This paper examines how the perceptions of nonresident fathers about the fairness of their child support orders affect their compliance with these orders. In particular, the study asks whether routine income withholding affects compliance in the absence of perceived fairness. The analytic sample includes 392 nonresident fathers who filed for divorce between… CONTINUE READING