Establishing Child Support

North Carolina Legal Assistance for Military Personnel: Establishment and Enforcement of Child Support

Prepared for the North Carolina Legal Assistance for Military Personnel, Standing Committee of the North Carolina State Bar, Gerry Robbins of the North Carolina Attorney General’s Office provides information about establishment, enforcement, and modification of child support including relevant case law. Read More.


 NC Department of Health and Human Services: Child Support Services

The Child Support Services Program’s mission is “to consistently collect as much child support money as possible for the benefit of North Carolina’s children.”  Read More.


NC Department of Health and Human Services: North Carolina Child Support Guidelines

The Child Support Guidelines set out statewide rules for determining child support obligations of parents, when it is appropriate to deviate, assumptions and expenses included in the calculation, the impact of pre-existing child support obligations,…Read More.


NC Department of Health and Human Services: Find Your Local North Carolina Child Support Office

Search for local child support offices by county and city. Read More.


North Carolina Legal Assistance for Military Personnel: Setting Child Support

North Carolina Legal Assistance for Military Personnel, Standing Committee of the North Carolina State Bar, provides information about how child support amounts are set and special considerations for college expenses and medical expenses and other issues. Read More.


North Carolina Legal Assistance for Military Personnel: Child Support: How Much is Enough?

North Carolina Legal Assistance for Military Personnel, Standing Committee of the North Carolina State Bar, provides information about the child support guidelines, variances from the guidelines, and hidden factors to consider. Read More.


 North Carolina Legal Assistance for Military Personnel: Consent Modification of Child Support

North Carolina Legal Assistance for Military Personnel, Standing Committee of the North Carolina State Bar, provides a sample motion for consent modification of child support. Read More.