Frequently Asked Questions - Child Support

I am a noncustodial parent, but my child lives with me now. Can I change the child support order?

Yes. When there is a change in visitation or custody of the child, you can either go to court and ask for a change in the child support order, or you may ask DCSS to modify the court order. You may be able to reduce child support or begin receiving child support from the other parent.

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