A Fair Shared-Care Formula for Child Support
by Barry Pearson
[ Home for Child Support Analysis | First page ]
A Fair Shared-Care Formula for Child Support
Evidence submitted to the Social Security Select Committee
by Barry Pearson
6th September 1999
 
Commentary in 2002
 
Contents
  Summary
  1 A Fair Shared-Care Formula for Child Support
    1.1 The principles of child support
    1.2 The key to a fair shared-care formula
    1.3 The fair shared-care formula itself
    1.4 The consequences of applying this fair shared-care formula
    1.5 How much does it cost to administer?
    1.6 Who are the winners and losers?
    1.7 What do other countries do?
  2 Commentary on Chapter Seven of the CSA White Paper
    2.1 Justification for criticising the White Paper
    2.2 Summary of the issues
    2.3 Flaws in the basic modification for shared care
    2.4 Flaws in the formula for exactly equal sharing of care
References
  Response by Baroness Hollis, the Minister for Child Support
  My commentary on Baroness Hollis' response
  Downloads (to obtain this paper in Word or Acrobat format)
  The copy of this paper in Hansard
  CSA White Paper - the topic of this paper
[ Home for Child Support Analysis | First page ]
Page last updated: 23 December, 2004 © Copyright Barry Pearson 2002