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No. The Lancaster County Attorney’s Office Child Support Division (or authorized attorney) represents the State of Nebraska and the best interests of the child(ren). We do not represent the mother, father, or caretaker in any proceeding. No client/attorney relationship exists. We cannot represent you or give you legal advice. If you desire legal advice or assistance, you may contact a lawyer of your own choosing at any time.
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No. Any parent or caretaker, regardless of income level, may request child support services. Contact Child Support Services at (877) 631-9973, option 2, to request a paper application or complete the online application.
The payee/custodial parent may be charged an annual service fee of $35 after which the first $550 of support has been collected and disbursed. There are exceptions and in certain cases this fee may be waived. See Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Child Support Regulations § 1-005.01B
Yes. Depending on the specific circumstances of your case, we will either file the case here in Lancaster County, or send a request for establishment to the State in which the non-custodial parent lives.