State law requires that a noncustodial parent be given the right to appeal certain administrative actions taken by the Division of Child Support Enforcement Programs (DCSE) to establish and enforce a support obligation. In addition, the custodial parent has the right to appeal any action to establish or adjust a child support obligation.
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