Yes. A custodial or noncustodial parent may apply for Child Support Enforcement services. There is no application fee. Application forms may be obtained from any Regional Child Support Enforcement Unit or the State Child Support Enforcement Agency. Child Support services include: locating absent parents, establishing paternity, establishing child and medical support orders, reviewing child support orders, and enforcing support orders.
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