NCSC Trends in State Courts Report Highlights ODR for Child Support Compliance

The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) recently published the Trends in State Courts 2019 report that examines court technology and other topics related to the role of courts in society.  The report features an article from the 20th Circuit Court in Ottawa County, Michigan discussing the court’s process and outcomes using online dispute resolution (ODR) for Child Support compliance. The court launched ODR for Child Support compliance with Matterhorn in December 2016.

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Matterhorn ODR at the NACM Annual Conference

The NACM Annual Conference takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 21-25, 2019.  The theme of the conference is Creating Public Trust Through Engagement and Innovation.

We are excited to head to the conference to discuss how online dispute resolution (ODR), technology, and innovation are increasing access to justice and serving the public.

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Washtenaw County Courts use ODR for DWLS Cases

Michigan 14A and 14B District Courts are improving access to justice for the public online. For drivers who have received a Driving While License Suspended (DWLS) citation, the courts provide an online way for individuals to identify the location of their suspension(s) and a guided path to resolve them. Once the suspension(s) are removed and the driver has their license back, they can resolve their DWLS citation.

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