Child support is often assessed and collected through the government body known as Child Support, Department of Human Services (formerly the Child Support Agency). Often the administrative assessment will not be appropriate to a family’s circumstances, and then further steps need to be taken.
it is also common, and often worthwhile, to enter into a Child Support Agreement, which can fully or partially oust the administrative process.
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