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Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • What if a noncustodial parent forgets or ignores the Summons and Complaint?
  • What if I do not have health coverage through my employer?
  • What if I am already ordered to pay support in another county or in the same county for different children?
  • How long am I responsible for paying the child support?
  • If I file an answer with the court, will I have a chance to talk to the judge?
  • How can I establish paternity?
  • What are the options to receive my child support payments?
  • Who should I make the payments to?
  • When will the first payment be due following the court hearing?
  • What if I lose my job and cannot pay?
  • The noncustodial parent is in jail. Can I get child support?
  • What if the custodial parent is on welfare, does the child support go to the parent?
  • What if I cannot make it to court?
  • What If I Don’t Go to Court on My Case?
  • Is there any way to avoid having to go to court?
  • How much Child Support is right for my family?
  • What if custody or visitation changes?
  • Does DCSS provide an attorney for either party?
  • Can I file for custody or visitation?
  • What is the Family Law Facilitator's Office and how can it assist me?
  • How can I obtain an order for child support without hiring an attorney?