Child Support Enforcement Services are available to anyone who is responsible for a child when there is a non-custodial parent, regardless of income. Child Support Enforcement’s five major functions are locating non-custodial parents, establishing paternity for children born outside of marriage, establishing a support order, collection and distribution of support and enforcement of support obligations.
Child Support Enforcement must abide by Federal and State laws and regulations in handing child support cases. The goal of the Child Support Enforcement Program is to ensure that children receive financial support from parents. To this end, the agency strives to work with all involved parties to provide information, reach solutions to problems and take appropriate actions.
To learn more about the Child Support Program, please visit www.ncchildsupport.com. You can sign on to this website, create a personal password and learn much more information regarding your own child support case. We request anyone with a child support case use the automated Voice Response Unit at 1-800-992-9457 which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For more local information, contact Supervisor Pat Conklin at 828-356-2366,