The Child Support Department is responsible for the location of absent parents, establishing a legal obligation for child support, adjudication of paternity for non-marital children, monitoring payment activities, enforcement of support obligations, and maintaining financial case records related to child support orders. The activities of the Child Support Program are governed by state and federal statutes and are funded by federal, state, and local government.
If you need information about your child support case or would like additional information about our services, please contact our agency.
Do you have information about someone who should be supporting his/her child? You can help your local child support agency by contacting us to anonymously report the address or employment of someone who should be supporting their children.
Family Forms Our agency has enforcement jurisdiction of child support obligations affecting children who are eligible for public assistance benefits, or if either of the parties files an application for enforcement services. If you are unsure if we have enforcement jurisdiction of your order, please contact our office. Our agency does not assist in child custody or child placement issues.
Self-Help Family Web Site Designed to guide you through the process of obtaining a divorce or legal separation action.
Wisconsin Child Support Program
Court Forms and Instructions