Contracts Professor on Child Support
As the ContractsProf Blog says, it's the odd child-support agreement that will turn on questions of contract law. Arze v. Arze [majority opinion; dissent] is such a case. The issue arose because the husband was given primary custody, but he signed a settlement agreement obligating him to pay child support. For a brief discussion of this case by a real law professor, see the post on ContractsProf Blog.