There are 49 child support agencies across California that establish and enforce child support and medical support orders. Either parent or any guardian of a child can open a child support case, whether or not there is an existing child support order, and a case is automatically opened when a child receives public assistance. All case services are handled at this county or regional level and all child support-related questions should be first routed to the agency in your county or region of residence.
Having a case with Child Support Services creates a record of all child support payments, provides a neutral go-between for parents, and can help both parents avoid court and assist with navigating the child support system. Child Support Services staff act in the public interest and do not represent either side of a child support case.
If you are thinking of opening a case, or have been named in a child support case, you can contact one of our attorneys here at ABA LAW GROUP right away to ensure your rights are protected. Our Attorneys can work one on one with you to help you know what to expect during this process, and will be at your side to work with you to make the child support process as stress-free and understandable as possible.
In addition, our Attorneys here at ABA LAW GROUP can even help you by working with both parties to work out an agreement concerning child support to possibly avoid court all together. Let our Attorneys here at ABA LAW GROUP work with you to ensure you get the best result.
If you have any further questions concerning any of your family law issue, Please contact one of our Attorneys here at ABA LAW GROUP for a free consultation to discuss the details of your case to determine how we can help you achieve the best result. To make an appointment, you can contact our office at (818) 352-0800 and we would be happy to set up a time to meet with you.
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