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Sep2009
The child support enforcement program has legislative authority to collect overdue child support (arrears) and to obtain medical coverage through a variety of administrative procedures. Administrative procedures can be put into action without going to court.

06

Sep2009
Paternity establishment refers to the process of determining the legal father of a child. When a child is born to unmarried parents, the child has no legal father. In New York, unmarried parents can establish paternity in two ways:

06

Sep2009

Teen Parents

/ Family Law
Regardless of how old the parents are when their child is born, parents have the legal responsibility to support their child until the child is 21 years old. The following provides the information most requested for teen parents:

06

Sep2009
For anyone who applies, the child support program provides the following services. These services are provided jointly by the New York State Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) and each of the 58 local district Child Support Enforcement Units (CSEU).

06

Sep2009
The following video give you some important information about how to file a petition so you can request a child support hearing along with what happens in child support hearings. It goes on to explain a little about the Child Support Agency and its role.

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Aug2009
The following provides information about child support services, who can apply for services, how support is established, information parents need to provide to obtain services, and contact information for the program.

08

May2009
The New York State Bar Association and the New York State Unified Court System both offer a video that explains the basics of the divorce process in New York State.