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There are steps that need to be taken when you apply for child support so the courts can legally enforce a non-custodial parent to pay for their obligation. First the paternity of the child must be established to legally determine that the child belongs to the named parents. This is confirmed by a simple blood test of the parties involved. Once paternity is established, the obligation or monetary value to be paid by a non-custodial parent will be determined. That number is based upon your net income, tax returns and other financial data.

The Child Support Enforcement (CSE) offices are in place to help collect the debt due
from a non-custodial parent in the case that he/she has failed to pay or has disappeared
to escape their obligation. If you neglect your child support obligations the custodial parent
has the right to go to court and file a petition to get the money owed. At this point you
could have a warrant for your arrest in addition to the money you owe for any
outstanding child support including back payments.

To obtain help with collecting delinquent child support a custodial parent must
establish a case for missing child support payments. The first place to start is by
calling your local state office to get information as to what legal documents (birth
certificates, financial statements, etc.) you need to provide in order to file a complaint.

Listed below is each state's Child Support Enforcement office numbers for reference.
Make sure you contact the state in which you live since laws vary by state.

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Maine  (207) 287-2886
Maryland (410) 333-3979  
Massachusetts (617) 727-4200
Michigan (517) 373-7570  
Minnesota (612) 296-2542
Mississippi (601) 359-4500  
Missouri (314) 751-4301
Montana (406) 444-4614  
Nebraska (402) 471-9125  

Nevada (702) 687-4744  
New Hampshire (603) 271-4426 
New Jersey (609) 588-2361 
New Mexico (505) 827-7200   
New York (518) 474-9081   
North Carolina (919) 571-4120  
North Dakota (701) 224-3582  
Ohio (614) 752-6561     
Oklahoma (405) 424-5871
Oregon (503) 986-2417 
Pennsylvania (717) 787-3672

Rhode Island (401) 277-2409 
South Carolina (803) 737-5870 
South Dakota (605) 773-3641   
Tennessee (615) 741-1820  
Texas (512) 463-2181
Utah (801) 538-4400  
Vermont (802) 241-2319   
Virginia (804) 692-2458
Washington (206) 586-3162 
West Virginia (304) 558-3780  
Wisconsin (608) 266-9909     
Wyoming (307) 777-6948  

Virgin Islands (809) 774-5666
Puerto Rico (809) 722-4731
Guam (671) 475-3360
Alabama (205) 242-9300
Alaska (907) 276-3441   
Arizona (602) 252-0236

Arkansas (501) 682-8398  
California (916) 654-1556
Colorado (303) 866-5994
Connecticut (203) 566-3053
DC (202) 724-8800  
Delaware (302) 577-4863   
Florida (904) 488-9900
Georgia (404) 657-3851  
Hawaii (808) 587-3700  
Idaho (208) 334-5710
Illinois (217) 782-8768 
Indiana (317) 232-4894
Iowa (515) 281-5580
Kansas (913) 296-3237  
Kentucky (502) 564-2285
Louisiana  (504) 342-4780    
Child Support Warrants
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Child support is defined as an ongoing payment made by one parent to another for the financial support and care of a child following the end of a marriage or other relationship that has been terminated. Typically the non-custodial parent, the parent who does not have physical custody of the child, pays child support to the primary custodial parent, caregiver, or guardian of the child. The law dictates that the rules apply regardless of sex. This means that a woman can be required to pay child support to a father. In cases where there is joint custody, there are two custodial parents and no non-custodial parents. The custodial parent with a higher income is required to pay child support to the other parent.
Federal Child Support Collection Laws
This law falls under Public Law 104-134 Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996 Executive Order 13019.

Collecting Delinquent Child Support Obligations
The Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996 was enacted into law on April 26, 1996, to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to collect past-due child support by the administrative offset of federal payments. Executive Order 13019 of September 1996, requires the Secretary of the Treasury to promptly develop and implement procedures necessary for the collection of past-due child support debts by administrative offset. link link
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