The Child Support agency handles enforcing child support payments. The non-custodial parent must make child support payments as ordered by the court. When this does not happen, the Child Support agency begins enforcement. Payments must be at least 30 days delinquent before court action can be initiated.
Other methods used to collect child support payments are:
Paternity is determining the legal father of a child.
This can happen in one of three ways:
Either party may request a modification of a child support order. Call or visit the Department of Human Services to request a modification.
Orders are eligible for modification based on the following:
eChild Support Services