Whether you are a custodial parent who needs or receives child support or a noncustodial parent who pays child support, the Office of the Attorney General has services and resources for you.
The Child Support Interactive Web site is an award-winning secure online resource that you can use to:
You will need to log in to access case information on Child Support Interactive. Forgot your Customer Identification Number (CIN)? No problem. Go to Child Support Interactive and when you are ready to log in, you will see an option to help you find your CIN.
You are the custodial parent if you have custody of the child: your child is in your primary care and lives with you most of the time. You are the noncustodial parent if you do not have primary care of your child: your child lives with the other parent most of the time and you pay child support. Here are some useful links especially for the custodial or noncustodial parent.
These are most frequently needed forms for parents. A complete list of child support forms is available online.
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For a full overview of the child support program, you might want to start here: About the Child Support Division. You can also visit the Web site of the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement: OCSE's Web site. Other useful pages are: