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The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Division of Child Support Services or “DCSS” provides a broad range of child support services for parents or custodians. DCSS will help establish, modify, enforce or terminate a child support order. In addition DCSS can act as a distribution center for child support payment receipt and disbursement. DCSS can implement steps to enforce existing orders , including imposing wage garnishment, asset liens and tax refund intercept. In addition, DCSS can help a parent establish paternity. In order to obtain these services, a parent or custodian must fill out an application.
The State of New Hampshire does not, as of yet, have interactive online tools for checking the status of your individual child support matter or for making payments. However, you can obtain general information online by going to this page and clicking the category of information on the right that you are looking for. […] New Hampshire Child Support Login | Make a Payment
The New Hampshire child support calculator, is either an online automatic calculation or a manual Adobe PDF form. The calculator is an estimate only that can be used to get a sense of what may be owed, but the court may take other things into consideration when coming up with the child support order. In order […] New Hampshire Child Support Calculator | Guidelines
In order to enforce child support payments in New Hampshire, a parent may contact their local office for the Division of Child Support Services to apply for assistance. DCSS will assist parents in enforcing an order that is a month or more in arrears. In New Hampshire, with some exceptions, parents are obligated to support […] New Hampshire Child Support Enforcement
The New Hampshire Child Support Laws set forth the guidelines for the court and the Division of Child Support Services to assess and calculate how much child support a parent owes. The factors considered include the income of both parents, allowable deductions, childcare, education and health expenses. The guidelines are based on the presumption that […] New Hampshire Child Support Laws | NH RSA Title XLIII Chapter 458-C
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