Will location and enforcement services cost more if my agency is dealing with another state or jurisdiction?

Publication Date: May 19, 2014

Answer

Possibly.  It depends on what your child support agency has to do to find the noncustodial parent and establish regular payment. The more solid information and leads you provide, the more efficiently your case can be worked. Service fees vary by state depending on whether you are receiving cash assistance. Your caseworker should be able to tell you more about these costs.

The Child Support Handbook has more information about fees.

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