Child Support Case Officer


Typically working within the social services department of local government, Child Support Case Officers learn casework methods, enforcement techniques and procedures, and the laws and regulations governing the particular child support program they work on.

They're responsible for interviewing applicants to establish child support cases; establishing parental obligations; processing child support payments; locating absent parents; and interpreting and applying family support laws.

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