The Child Support Agency's objective to establish and enforce Child Support orders for both families receiving state aid and Non-Aid families. Equally important is the establishment of paternity for non-marital children and the establishment of a Child Support order for them and an order for reimbursement for lying-in costs due to the State of Wisconsin for birth expenses. Families that receive their child support have a better chance of being self-sufficient.
The Child Support Agency works with several different types of actions including: paternity establishment, support and maintenance cases (separated without a divorce), Kinship Care cases and Foster Care/Substitute Care referrals, and in-coming and out-going UIFSA, medical support order enforcement and revisions of judgments.
The Child Support program was created by Congress in 1975. We assist Non-Aid families with the same consideration as families receiving state aid. The Child Support Agency represents the State of Wisconsin in the "best interests of the child/children".
|Contact:||Joy Hogan - Department Head
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|Address:||301 Washington Street
Oconto, WI 54153
|Office Hours:||Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. till 4:00 P.M.|