Location of Noncustodial Parents

Noncustodial Parents (NCPs) must be located before any actions to establish paternity and support or to enforce a child support order can take place. Name, date of birth, Social Security number, address, employer and vehicle ownership information can assist the Child Support Services program in locating an NCP.

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Custodial parents are a primary source in locating NCPs

With this type of information, the Child Support Services program can access both state and national computer databases to assist in location efforts. In addition, Child Support Services offices in other states can assist in locating parents and pursuing a support order.  

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