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  • Collecting Child Support
    Collecting child support for custodial parents is one step in establishing child support payments. When the custodial parents establishes child support, the local child support court office will conclude the amount of monthly payments the non-custodial parent will be obligated to pay. When the non-custodial parent receives their orders to pay child support, they must live up to their obligations or suffer the penalties. To assist the custodial p Read More...
  • Washington State Child Support
    Shelter, food, and education are some of the expenses that are intended to be paid when a non-custodial parent is on Washington state child support. Child support in the state of Washington is determine by a set of guidelines and laws to come up with the correct amount the non-custodial parent must pay. When at anytime that the non-custodial parent refuses to pay or falls behind on payments, the Washington state child support system will enforce Read More...
  • Nevada Child Support
    No matter what state a non-custodial parent may reside, they are still responsible for making timely child support payments. The Nevada child support office will help assist a custodial parent in locating a missing parent. “This must be done first in order to establish child support!” The child support office in the state of Nevada would like for the custodial parent to establish paternity for their children once the non-custodial parent is loca Read More...
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