Possibly. It depends on what the child support enforcement office has to do to find the noncustodial parent and establish regular payment. The more solid information and leads you provide, the more efficiently your case can be conducted. For NonTCA cases, states vary in what they may charge for application and collection fees. Your caseworker should be able to tell you more about these costs in your particular case.
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