If you’ve got child support issues, we know just the hearing you should attend.
The Family Court Committee of the Supreme Court of Missouri is taking public testimony about child support guidelines from 1 to 3 p.m. March 21, at 121 Alameda Drive in Jefferson City.
Every four years the court reexamines the child support guidelines to make sure they’re effective and that the application process ends with “appropriate child-support awards.” But don’t get too chatty. The committee can’t take on revisions to state law, resolve “issues related to the child support collection process” or tackle child support enforcement. They also can’t help you modify your current child support orders.
So if you’ve got a gripe, keep it limited to the guidelines. The committee will also take written testimony.
If you’re interested in giving testimony contact Norma Rahm, interim division director of the Division of Court Programs and Research at the Office of State Courts Administrator, at 573-751-4377 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.