Every child has the legal right to receive financial support from his or her parents, whether the parents are separated, divorced or were never married. Child support keeps many families from needing public assistance. Combined with a parent's wages, child support can make the family self-sufficient. Child support means different things to different families, but most importantly, child support can mean a better life for your child.
If you receive child support, you are the custodial parent and may want to read the following information about child support and support enforcement.
Information for Parents Who Receive Child Support
If you are ordered by the court to pay child support, you are the noncustodial parent and may want to read the following information about child support and support enforcement.
Information for Parents Who Pay Child Support
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