A child support investigation by CBC News found Nebraska’s child support and child-custody system is among the most inequitable in the country.

The investigation found the child support guidelines are not in line with other states.

It also found that Nebraska has the highest rate of child support in the state at more than $8,500 a month.

The report found there is a large number of people who can’t pay child support because they have no means to pay.

“The system that Nebraska uses is not fair,” said John Riggs, a former child advocate who is now a child development professor at University of Nebraska.

“You get child support that you don’t actually have to pay or you don