In family law and public policy, child support is an ongoing, periodic payment made by a parent for the financial benefit of a child following the end of a marriage or other relationship.
Child Support Services locates absent parents, establishes paternity, and establishes court orders that determine child support and medical payments. Services are available for anyone raising a child in their home. Child Support Services represents the child and makes sure they are supported by both parents.
If a parent’s circumstances change, such as either parent loses a job or is earning more money, or visitation a new court order is needed to make a change. Child Support Services can assist you with this process. Listen to our segment with Child Support Services to learn more.