West Virginia Child Support | WV Bureau for Child Support Enforcement (BCSE)

The West Virginia Bureau for Child Support Enforcement (BCSE) exists to help divorced, separated or never-married parents provide for the financial support of their children. Both parents are obligated to provide financial support for their children, even if they no longer live with the child. Even if a parent has moved out of state, he or she is still obligated to financially support the child. The West Virginia BCSE has the authority to seek parents who have stopped paying, no matter where they have gone under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act.

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West Virginia Child Support Login | Make a Payment

West Virginia Child Support Login | Make a Payment

The State of West Virginia provides the ability for parents to obtain child support payment information from an online website. In addition, non custodial parents can make payments online as well. How to Login Step 1: Go to this page and enter your social security number and PIN: If you forgot your PIN, click “Have you […]

West Virginia Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

West Virginia Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

The West Virginia Child Support Calculator is actually a worksheet embedded within the West Virginia Code, Chapter 48. If you use it correctly and enter in the correct information, you may be able to obtain a fairly good estimate as to how much child support you may be owed or have to pay. This is […]

West Virginia Child Support Enforcement

West Virginia Child Support Enforcement

In order to enforce child support payments in West Virginia a parent will need to fill out an application providing as much information and background as possible about the non-paying parent and send it to the local office of the Bureau for Child Support Enforcement (BCSE). BCSE may then be able to assist in locating the […]

West Virginia Child Support Laws | West Virginia Code, Chapter 48

West Virginia Child Support Laws | West Virginia Code, Chapter 48

The West Virginia Child Support laws provide the conditions and parameters for implementing and enforcing a child support order. When parents are divorced or separated, financial provision must be made for the children. The court assesses the income of parents, certain costs they may have as well as the needs of the children and the […]

Contact Information: Address: Bureau for Child Support Enforcement Customer Service Unit 350 Capitol Street, Room 147 Charleston, WV 25301-3703. Telephone: 1-800-249-3778  

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