State and local child support agencies implement policies to establish fatherhood and realistic child support orders, collect child support payments, reduce child support debt, and intervene early when parents begin to struggle to make payments.
State and local child support programs also demonstrate that innovative, family-centered strategies improve the reliability of child support payments, particularly for low-income families that need child support most.
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- October 30, 2013Provides contact information for state and tribal child support offices Este sitio web proporciona información y contactos en las oficinas estatales y tribales
- November 26, 2012Provides high-level information about the Intergovernmental Reference Guide (IRG) and access to the application
- January 4, 2013Provides state child support agencies with the technical aspects of establishing/maintaining interfaces between state systems and the FCR
- April 18, 2011Provides state technical, administrative and policy child support staff with information on the basic functionality of CSENet
- April 26, 2013Provides an overview and answers questions about the Federal Tax Refund Offset Program