Roles and Responsibilities

Services provided by the Child Support Enforcement Division of the Prosecuting Attorney's Office include:

  • Establishment of juvenile paternity;
  • Enforcement of Court ordered child support;
  • Establishment and enforcement of UIFSA (Uniform Interstate Family Support Act) cases.
  • Establishment of Child Support Orders.

To open a case with this office, you must obtain and complete an application form. The application is available by stopping in this office during the times noted above. After obtaining the application, you must complete the form and return it to the Child Support Enforcement office. You may then request an appointment with one of the Child Support staff members.

An application fee of $25.00 must accompany your application if you do NOT receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or Medicaid benefits. If you do receive TANF or Medicaid benefits, the application fee will be waived.

The Prosecuting Attorney's Office CANNOT assist in matters of Child custody and/or visitation. If you require assistance with a custody or visitation matter, you must seek advice from a private attorney.

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