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Legal Information: North Carolina
Updated: February 6, 2020
When payments come through the State Child Support Collection and Disbursement Unit, how do I enforce the support order?
Upon the request of either party, or if the judge decides to do so on his/her own, the judge can order at any time that support payments be made to the State Child Support Collection and Disbursement Unit and then sent to you.1 When payments come through the State Child Support Collection and Disbursement Unit, this agency is the one that would bring child support enforcement case if the parent isn’t paying what s/he is ordered to pay.2
1 NCGS § 50-13.9(a)
2 NCGS § 50-13.9(b1)(1)
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