This note will first explore the purpose of child support and the changes in Washington law resulting in the court's construction of the Dissolution Act in Childers. Following an analysis of the Childers opinion, the remainder of this note will outline the present operation and scope of the child support provisions in the Dissolution Act and discuss the impact the provisions might have upon custody of children.
Patrick C. Marshall,
Domestic Relations—Post-Minority Child Support in Dissolution Proceedings—Childers v. Childers, 89 Wn. 2d 592, 575 P.2d 201 (1978),
54 Wash. L. Rev.
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