Format:  NCSA
 
  • Message from Prosecuting Attorney
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Who Can Get Help?
  • Child Support Guidelines
  • How to Apply
  • Clark County Collections
  • How Does the Program Work?
  • FSSA Director's Award
  • How is Support Order Enforced?
  • Indiana Support/Paternity Laws
  • How is Paternity Established?
  • WWW Links
  • How Do You Apply
    For Child Support Enforcement Services?

    Application is automatic for any person who receives assistance under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or Medicaid programs. If you currently receive TANF or Medicaid and have not been contacted by the Child Support Division you must contact us as soon as possible to ensure continued receipt of your benefits.

    All others who are eligible and need assistance with child support must make an application in person with the Child Support Division. Applications can be picked up in person at the Child Support Division during regular business hours Monday through Friday 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Applications are processed by appointment only on Wednesdays between 9:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. If these times are not suitable to your schedule, other times may be available during the week. Please bring a $25.00 Blank Money Order and the following information to your appointment:

    The Non-Custodial Parentís:
  • Social Security Number
  • Birth Date
  • Place of Birth
  • A copy of your In Hospital Paternity Affidavit
  • Physical Description
  • Current Address
  • Current Employer
  • Photograph (if available)
  • Father's Complete Legal Name & Current Address
  • Mother's Maiden Name & Current Address
  • Contact Person & Current Address

    The child's:

  • Social Security Number
  • Date of Birth
  • Place of Birth (Birth Certificate)

    Also needed (if applicable):

  • Divorce Decree, Support Order or Paternity documents
  • Current Copy of Pay Record from Clerk's Office
  • Record of cash, gifts, or support paid directly to you or child
  • Copy of Court Minute Entry Entries

    Remember that it is YOUR responsibility to report any change in circumstances or information. The more complete, accurate, and up-to-date the information you provide, the easier and faster it will be to collect the child support that is due and owing.


  • Application for Title IV-D Child Support Services


  • Message from Prosecuting Attorney
  • Who Can Get Help?
  • How to Apply
  • How Does the Program Work?
  • How is Support Enforced?
  • How is Paternity Established?
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Child Support Guidelines
  • Clark County Collections
  • FSSA Director's Award
  • Indiana Support and Paternity Laws
  • WWW Links

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