Child Support Enforcement program

Definition of "Child Support Enforcement program"
  1. A federal, state, and local partnership formed under the Social Security Act's Part D, designed to track down parents, confirm paternity, and establish and enforce child support orders
How to use "Child Support Enforcement program" in a sentence
  1. The Child Support Enforcement program aided in finding the child's missing father and implementing a support order.
  2. The Child Support Enforcement program was important in assuring financial provision for the child after the divorce.
  3. Through the Child Support Enforcement program, they were able to establish and enforce the father's monetary responsibility.

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