When the FSD or local child support agency brings a legal action against the noncustodial parent for child support, he/she may discuss the matter with a FSD or local child support agency representative by calling or visiting the FSD or local child support agency. A telephone number and address will be provided with the papers that are served on the noncustodial parent.
Remember that the District Attorney does not represent the noncustodial parent, custodial party, the child(ren) in the case, or any other individual. The District Attorney represents the public interest in all cases.
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