The state of Nevada through the department of health and human services division of welfare and supportive services offers online child support services to parents who want to apply for those services. It may be that they want to make payment, want to check the status of their child support contributions, or simply want to enforce an order; the department will help them achieve this goal.
The revised statutes n chapter 125B of the state of Nevada on child support protect the rights of the child to be supported by all parents regardless of whether they are together or not. With such said, it helps to settle disputes on who should provide financial support and by how much. The noncustodial parent […]Laws
With help from the department of health and human services division of welfare and supportive services within the state of Nevada, you can enforce a child support order. Since every child support need both parents, regardless of whether they are together or not, the custodial parent has an obligation to apply for child support services. […]Enforcement
It is easy to know how much you have to contribute to the support of your children. Just because you are not living with the other parent does not mean that you should forego your responsibility to your children. As a noncustodial parent, you should be able to play a major role in the support […]Calculator
The thought of having to visit a child support office just to get your payment history or make payment is eliminated by the online platform provided by the state. It offers a reliable way for parents to access all the information they need about child support. It is safe to mke payments online You do […]Login
Division of Welfare and Supportive Services (DWSS)
Contact Information: Address: Child Support Enforcement Program 1470 College Parkway Carson City, Nevada 89706-7924 Phone: Office: (775) 684-0705 Fax: (775) 684-0702