Do federal or state child support laws supercede?
Federal law says for state to receive grants for cash assistance to needy people that they must impliment a program where basicly any person receiving child support who is on cash assistance waives their right to receive child support and cannot receive child support while receiving cash assistance. but state law says that a parent has no right to waive or etc and future child support because the support is the childs and not the right of the parent so how can a parent waive child support to receive cash assistance if the state says a parent cant wave it but in federal law it says the state must take the child support? wich law supercedes?
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