Child Support Case Information - New Jersey
PART B - YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES AS THE OBLIGEE
Part B tells you what your responsibilities are as an applicant for child support services. Please read it carefully. If you
don't understand your responsibilities, please ask the Child Support Agency's staff to explain them to you. Your cooperation
is needed for us to be able to provide prompt, effective child support services.
For the Child Support Agency (CSA) to help you properly, you must:
Provide all available information and documentation when you file the application to assist us in handling
your case and immediately inform the CSA of any new or changed information.
Supply accurate identifying and location information on the obligor.
As requested, complete all documents needed for the CSA to establish and/or enforce a support order.
Appear for genetic tests (if you have requested that paternity be established) or court hearings as notified.
Upon request, appear at the designated CSA office to provide written or verbal information.
Notify the CSA immediately if there is a change in your address, telephone number or custody of a child.
Additionally, you should understand that:
You may hire an attorney to represent you or you may represent yourself at any time. If you retain an attorney,
you agree to inform the CSA of the name and address of your attorney. If a court action is started by you or
your attorney, you agree to provide the CSA with a copy of any court order resulting from that action.
The quality of information you provide affects the priority assigned to your case and the success of providing
the requested services.
The information provided by you or collected by the CSA is confidential and subject to state and federal
safeguarding requirements. It will not be released to third parties without your authorization.
Any record, correspondence, memorandum or other document not required to be maintained by law is not
public information and is not available for public inspection.
You are personally liable for the return of any amounts paid in error to you. The CSA has the right to adjust
future support payments to recoup any amounts that are overpaid or sent to you in error.
If you receive any support payments that have not been processed through the New Jersey Family Support Payment
Center, such as direct payments from the obligor, another state CSA, as satisfaction of a lien or from any other legal
mechanism, that you agree to send such payment to NJFSPC immediately upon receipt so that it can be applied to the
The CSA will assist you in establishing a court order for the obligor to provide health insurance for your
child(ren). If you or your child(ren) is/are recipients of Medicaid benefits under Title XIX of the Social Security
Act, the CSA will report the health insurance information to the State Division of Medical Assistance and
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