North Carolina Child Support | NC Child Support Services (CSS)

In North Carolina the Division of Social Services Child Support Services department (CSS) works with divorced, separated or never married parents to make sure they both live up to their obligation to financially support their children even when they no longer live in the home with them. Some of the services offered includes helping to establish paternity, petitioning the court to establish a child support order, enforcing existing child support orders and collection and disbursing child support payments.

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North Carolina Child Support Login | Make a Payment

North Carolina Child Support Login | Make a Payment

The State of North Carolina allows both custodial and non-custodial parents the option to obtain their individual case information online. How to Login Step 1 – Go to this webpage Step 2: Enter your user ID and password and click “logon” If you forget your user id, click “User ID” and you will be brought to this page where you […]

North Carolina Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

North Carolina Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

The North Carolina child support calculator, is an online resource which allows a noncustodial parent the ability to estimate how much they may have to pay in child support on a monthly basis. The noncustodial parent’s gross income along with the costs of child care and health insurance premiums will be needed in order to complete. How to […]

North Carolina Child Support Enforcement

North Carolina Child Support Enforcement

In order to enforce child support payments in North Carolina, a receiving parent or caretaker may be able to contact Child Support Services for assistance. CSS may be able to reach out to the non-paying parent and, if necessary, automatically deduct funds from their paycheck on a weekly/biweekly/monthly basis so that the funds are received.  In addition, CSS may […]

North Carolina Child Support Laws | Chapter 50-13.4-13.12 of the North Carolina General Statutes

North Carolina Child Support Laws | Chapter 50-13.4-13.12 of the North Carolina General Statutes

  The North Carolina Child Support Laws set forth the conditions, parameters and procedures for issuing and enforcing child support orders. The laws recognize that each parent has a financial responsibility to their children even when they no longer reside with the child. The laws were promulgated in response to the nationwide child support enforcement effort […]

Contact Information: Address: N.C. Child Support Services PO Box 20800 Raleigh, NC 27619-0800 Phone: 1-800-992-9457 toll free or 252-789-5225 in the Martin County Area

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