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ASEC 2010
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S103c
Did (you/(CHILD)'s (mother/father)) ever have any type of child support agreement or ever attempt to have any type of child support agreement with (CHILD)'s (mother/father)?
(1) Yes
(2) No
LEAD-IN
A LEGAL arrangement about financial support for a child could be called many things, for example, a court order, a court award, a divorce or separation agreement, or a legal agreement.
ENTER 1 TO CONTINUE
S150
Has there EVER been ANY kind of LEGAL ARRANGEMENT that says that (CHILD's) (mother/father) should provide ANY KIND of financial support for (him/her)?
(1) Yes
(2) No
(3) Legal arrangement pending
(4) There is an arrangement, but respondent does not know if it is legal
S152
Has there EVER been any OTHER kind of agreement or understanding that says that (CHILD's) (mother/father) should help support (him/her)?
(1) Yes
(2) No
S153
Would you call it an agreement or an understanding?
(1) Agreement
(2) Understanding

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ASEC 2008
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S103c
Did (you/(CHILD)'s (mother/father)) ever have any type of child support agreement or ever attempt to have any type of child support agreement with (CHILD)'s (mother/father)?
(1) Yes
(2) No
LEAD-IN
A LEGAL arrangement about financial support for a child could be called many things, for example, a court order, a court award, a divorce or separation agreement, or a legal agreement.
ENTER 1 TO CONTINUE
S150
Has there EVER been ANY kind of LEGAL ARRANGEMENT that says that (CHILD's) (mother/father) should provide ANY KIND of financial support for (him/her)?
(1) Yes
(2) No
(3) Legal arrangement pending
(4) There is an arrangement, but respondent does not know if it is legal
S152
Has there EVER been any OTHER kind of agreement or understanding that says that (CHILD's) (mother/father) should help support (him/her)?
(1) Yes
(2) No
S153
Would you call it an agreement or an understanding?
(1) Agreement
(2) Understanding