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Why Should You Hire a Private Attorney for Child Support?

In Child Support by Sarah Hink

In most aspects of family law, it is either a private attorney or no attorney at all for those seeking resolutions to legal issues concerning separation and divorce. However, when it comes to seeking child support, there is another option.  Title IV-D of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 651-667, along with creating a federal child support agency, requires every state to create a system for establishing child support amounts, collection of support, and enforcement of child support laws.  In recognition of this Federal Law, North Carolina created its own child support enforcement program under the Department of Human Resources to assist citizens in the collection of child support. Local Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Agencies exist in the counties of North Carolina and operate mainly under the Department of …