The Office of Child Support Enforcement has provided additional information regarding the CARES Act for individuals owing child support debt in publication DCL-20-02. Frequently Asked Questions can also be found on the Bureau of the Fiscal Service's Treasury Offset Program.
The Child Support Department is responsible for the location of absent parents, establishing a legal obligation for child support, adjudication of paternity for non-marital children, monitoring payment activities, enforcement of support obligations, and maintaining financial case records related to child support orders. Our agency does not assist in child custody or child placement issues.
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Due to coronavirus, our office is currently closed to the public, but we are still working. Our office will return phone calls and e-mails from 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday until further notice.