The following services are available:
- NC Statutes Related to Child Support – Access the state statutes.
- CSS Worksheets/Guidelines – Access the worksheets and guidelines that CSS uses to calculate child support obligations.
- Centralized Collections Operation (NCCSCC) – Federal and state laws require that all child support payments be processed at one central location. Noncustodial parents and/or their employers can send child support payments to the NCCSCC, which processes and sends these payments to the appropriate custodial parents/payees.
- How to Get Help – Access FAQs (frequently asked questions) and other information.
Attorneys are an important part of the CSS process. CSS attorneys (also referred to as “IV-D attorneys”) serve as advisors, advocates, negotiators, intermediaries, and evaluators. Although the interests of the custodial parent are often similar to those of the CSS agency, the CSS attorney’s client is the CSS agency. Of course, both custodial and noncustodial parents have the right to retain private counsel.
Visit the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) web site for information on Essentials for Attorneys in Child Support Enforcement.
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Page Modified 04/08/2013