THE FOLLOWING SERVICES ARE PROVIDED:

  • Noncustodial parent location
  • Establishment of paternity
  • Establishment of child support/medical support obligations
  • Collection and distribution of child support obligations
  • Enforcement of child support orders


PUBLIC ASSISTANCE CLIENTS

As a condition of eligibility for receiving Medicaid and/or Work First Family Assistance, applicants/recipients are required by law to cooperate in good faith to assist in the establishment of paternity of a child or the establishment, modification or enforcement of a support order. Providing information, documents, completed forms, or participating in judicial or administrative proceedings are all examples of the cooperation necessary. Custodial parents and caretakers receiving Child-Only Medicaid may request child support services, but are not required to do so.


N
ON-PUBLIC-ASSISTANCE CLIENTS

Non-Public-Assistance clients may apply for the above mentioned services; however, our office is prohibited by federal and state law from assisting with custody, visitation, property settlement or divorce issues.


CONFIDENTIALITY

The information in a child support case file is the property of the Agency, not of the client or noncustodial parent. Only information that is a matter of public record, or that is relevant to the disposition of the case, may be shared with the client and/or noncustodial parent. Information will not be provided unless a written release for disclosure of case information is signed.