Every year, $100 million is added on top of the mountainous total of Ohio’s unpaid child support.
As it stands since 1976, there is a total of $4.5 billion that hasn’t been paid by non-custodial parents.
The Sandusky Register reports that 69 percent of that debt is owed by parents who earn less than $10,000.
There is a clear need for some reform in Ohio and one state senator wants to take it on.
Read about what State Sen. Bill Beagle wants to overhaul, including creating a standard deduction amount for each child rather than the first child to file receiving more, at Sandusky Register.