Oregon Child Support Program

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Free Paternity Establishment Service for Qualifying Oregonians (CSF BR 9054)

Free Paternity Establishment Service for Qualifying Oregonians (CSF BR 9054)

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Families Are Unique. - If the child's father is not on the birth certificate, the child may not be able to access important medical information, benefits and rights.

Why Is Paternity Important? - 1) It allows your child access to the father's insurance and Social Security, Veteran's, inheritance and other benefits; 2) It helps your child's doctor manage your child's health by allowing access to the father's medical history; 3) It recognizes your child's identity and unique heritage; and 4) Without a legal father on your child's birth certificate, your child may not be able to get a U.S. Passport

How We Can Help - Free services are available across Oregon to help parents establish paternity. For more information, visit: www.oregonpaternityproject.org.

Opening the Door to Your Child's Future (CSF BR 9052)

Opening the Door to Your Child's Future (CSF BR 9052)

English | English (text) | Spanish | Spanish (text)

This brochure answers many frequently asked questions about the Oregon Child Support Program, including "How do I get a support order for my child?" and "What services are provided by the Child Support Program?".

The Child Support Program in Oregon (CSF BR 9051)

The Child Support Program in Oregon (CSF BR 9051)

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This booklet tells you briefly about Oregon's Child Support Program. It tells you what the Program's services are, who provides the services, who is entitled to services, and how you can get the services. This booklet is designed to get you started. It is not meant to give you all the answers. If you have more questions, you can contact the Child Support Program.

You Owe it to Your Child - Paternity Information for Mothers and Fathers (CSF BR 9050)

You Owe it to Your Child - Paternity Information for Mothers and Fathers (CSF BR 9050)

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A child needs the love, care and financial support of both parents even if the parents are not married. Both parents must help support their children until the children become adults.

WHAT IS PATERNITY?
Paternity means legal fatherhood.

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO ESTABLISH PATERNITY?
Every child has the right to receive help and support from both parents. As a parent, you have certain legal rights and responsibilities.

Employers: Your Responsibilities for Child Support (CSF BR 0640)

Employers: Your Responsibilities for Child Support (CSF BR 0640)

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The Department of Justice, Child Support Program, Employer Services Unit is dedicated to working with employers by providing courteous and responsive information related to new hire reporting, income withholdings, medical support notices and electronic remittance of payments.

Oregon Child Support Self-Assessment Report FFY 2012

Oregon Child Support Self-Assessment Report FFY 2012

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This is Oregon’s fourteenth annual self-assessment. It covers the twelve-month period from October 1, 2011 through September 30, 2012. Oregon surpassed the required federal compliance benchmarks in all program areas for the Self-Assessment review period. A corrective action plan will not be necessary as all compliance benchmarks were met.met.

Oregon Child Support Bench Book

Oregon Child Support Bench Book

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This Bench Book was created by the Oregon Department of Justice, Civil Enforcement Division, Civil Recovery Section and is intended to be used as a guide to assist the courts and members of the private bar when creating, modifying, enforcing or terminating child support orders.