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5 Resources for Single Parents in Your State

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The Office of Child Support Enforcement
5 Resources for Single Parents in Your State

File for child support at your local office of Child Support Enforcement.

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Every child has the right to be supported, emotionally and financially, by both parents. Whether you are an unmarried single parent, or a divorcing parent, you need to decide whether to file for child support through the state. To learn more about the process, how much it costs, and where to file, click on the name of your state below:

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