For the office to be successful in assisting you, your cooperation is needed in the following areas:
  •   providing accurate information
  •   keeping the office informed of changes in your circumstances
  •   responding to correspondence
  •   keeping appointments
  •   appearing in court, and
  •   informing the office of any court action for support you may have taken.
It is most important that you inform the office of any changes in your address and telephone number.
If you are receiving public assistance, failure to cooperate may result in the reduction and eventual termination of your benefits. The office may also file legal action against you.  If you do not receive public assistance, failure to cooperate may result in your case being closed.