The child support enforcement unit's method of handling child support cases outside of the court system.
A quasi-judicial process in which the Family Support Specialist (FSS) shall establish, modify and enforce support obligations in active title IV-D cases, wherein the court has not acquired prior jurisdiction.
Method by which child support orders are made and enforced by an executive agency such as OCS rather than by courts and Judges.
Steps taken by the CSEA, to establish and enforce child support obligations as an alternative to court actions.
A statutory system granting authority to an executive agency (instead of courts or judges) to determine child support obligations, including paternity establishment, order establishment, enforcement, and modifications.