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IceMountain

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Yet another Iowa Question
« on: Jun 20, 2004, 05:39:16 PM »
I left this sight and went researching again.  I've come to the conclusion I don't know how to conduct a search for what I'm looking for.  Nevertheless I found a case in Iowa that cited rule 179 (b).  I don't know how old it is or anything, still trying to find that out.  

Anyway it dealt with an 'abadement' of child support during summer visitation.  In the case stated, the NCP was awarded an abatement of child support based on the fact that he had 6 weeks summer visitation and the NCP enjoyed 'minimal housing expenses' during that time.  His abatement entitled him to pay only 50% of his support amount during those 6 weeks.

Has anyone heard of a parent being awarded an abatement in Iowa?  If so, what were the circumstances surrounding the case?  I have a feeling if this was a law at one time, it no longer is.  But, I'm still searching....

Thanks again!


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RE: Yet another Iowa Question
« Reply #1 on: Jun 21, 2004, 09:27:21 AM »
IM, I've been scouring thru the Iowa Code and I can't find anything in regards to CS abatement.  And where did this 'rule 179 (b)' come from?  Because in the Code, 179 is in the Agriculture section.

Can you post the case you're referring to?
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