Assignment and Cooperation With Child Support

  • Locate noncustodial parents and putative fathers, including biological parents or stepparents;
  • Establish paternity for each child born out-of-wedlock for whom you are applying for, or receiving Temporary Assistance, Medicaid, or Title IV-E Foster Care; Establish, modify, or adjust orders of support; and 
  • Collect and enforce orders of support through the Support Collection Unit.

If you are receiving Temporary Assistance for the child or Medicaid for yourself and the child, you will be sanctioned for failing to cooperate absent a determination of good cause or domestic violence, if applicable. 

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