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The State of Wyoming Child Support Enforcement exists to make sure that Wyoming children of broken homes are receiving the financial support they need. Child Support Enforcement can help with establishing paternity in instances where paternity is unclear. In addition, they can help locate a missing parent, even when that parent has left the state. Child Support Enforcement can also help establish, modify and enforce child support orders. Child Support Enforcement also acts as a clearinghouse for child support payments by receiving them from non custodial parents and distributing them to the custodial parent.
Although the State of Wyoming does not have online child support case information for specific cases, it does allow a non-custodial parent to make payments online and keep track of the payments made. How to Login Step 1: Go to this webpage Step 2: Enter your login ID and password. If you forgot your Login ID, click […] Wyoming Child Support Login | Make a Payment
The State of Wyoming Child Support Calculator is an online interactive form that allows you to enter the information and it automatically calculates the amount you may be expected to pay or receive. This is only an estimate and the actual court order may be different depending on the circumstances. How to Calculate Step 1: Go […] Wyoming Child Support Calculator | Guidelines
In order to enforce child support payments in Wyoming a parent who is not receiving child support payments that they are due, may be able to contact the Department of Family Services (DFS) to assist in enforcing payments. The DFS can help locate a parent if the parent has lost contact and then use enforcement measures […] Wyoming Child Support Enforcement
In Wyoming the Child Support laws provide guidance to courts and divorced and separated parents as to how much child support is required to be paid based on several factors including income of the parents as well as the enforcement procedures and mechanisms that can be used by the Department of Family Services to make […] Wyoming Child Support Laws | Wyoming Statutes, Title 20, Article 3
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