North Californian Child Support Enforcement is a program for custodial parent and client. You may download direct deposit authorization form in English or Spanish or login to get details about your case. If you receive child support, you can verify the status of your child support case, find out if a payment is on its way to you, or learn the amount of arrears owed to you.
North Californian Child Support Enforcement Guide
For non-custodial parent, you can also login to get details about your case. If you pay child support, you can ensure that a payment was received, verify a payment amount, find out if you are in arrears, or pay child support. If you have finished authorization form, mail signed original form to NCCSE-EFT, PO BOX 19807, Raleigh, North California, 27619. You can also call 800-992-9457 if you have any question with the form or need to update your address.
About North Californian Child Support Enforcement
Child Support Enforcement (CSE) is a national program established by Congress in 1975 to ensure that both parents are responsible for the support of their children to the best of their ability. This program, now known in North Carolina as Child Support Services (CSS), provides CSS Services to the custodians of minor children, regardless of income level.
CSS agents help locate noncustodial parents (NCPs), establish the paternity of the child(ren), and petition the court to order child support payments. Once a court order has been established, incoming child support payments are receipted at CSS’s Centralized Collections Operation, which manages the collection and disbursement of all ordered child support payments in the state. To enforce child support orders, CSS agents can initiate legal action against the NCP, withhold support payments from the NCP’s wages, and intercept the NCP’s tax refunds.
Visit this link for more information about the Federal Child Support Enforcement Program: ncchildsupport.com/parents.jsp.