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1.  How do I sign up for the IV-D Program so that the Prosecutor will represent me?

2.  How do I report a change of address or new employer?

3.  What are your office hours?

4.  How do I obtain status of my case?

5.  How do I cancel a Child Support Court date?

6.  Where do I check on TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families)(formerly AFDC) payments?

7.  Where do I check on a child support payments?

8.  I am a custodial parent and want information on tax intercept.

9.  My taxes have been intercepted. I need to get information as to why.

10.  I am not getting visitation as the court orders provide. What do I need to do?

 

1.    How do I sign up for the IV-D Program so that the Prosecutor will represent me?

    A  For information on how to join the IV-D program, contact the local IV-D office at 260/449-4027.

2.    How do I report a change of address or new employer?

    A.  If you have a non-AFDC case you may go to the Allen County Clerk's Office in room 200 of the Courthouse to change your        address.  Please have identification with you.  If you are receiving AFDC, you must call 800/403-0864 or go to your local Welfare office at 201 East Rudisill Blvd.

3.     What are your office hours?

A.     The office is open to the public from 8:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday. For general information, please call 260/449-7136 .

4.     How do I obtain status of my case?

A.     To obtain status on a case, you will need to contact your Customer Response Team at the Allen County Prosecutor’s Office at   260/449-7136.

5.     How do I cancel a Child Support Court date?

A.     If a court date has been set and the documents have been filed with the Court, you will need to appear for the scheduled date.

6.     Where do I check on TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) (formerly AFDC) payments?

A.     For TANF payment information, you must contact the TANF regional call center at 800/403-0864.

7.      Where do I check on child support payments?

A.    To check on a child support payments, you must call the Indiana Child Support Bureau at 1-800-840-8757 or 317/241-9636

8.     I am the custodial parent and want information on tax intercept. How do I obtain this information?

A.     If you are the custodial parent and want information on a tax intercept on your case, you must contact the State Child Support Office at 1-800-840-8757.

9.     My taxes have been intercepted. I need information as to why.

A.     If you are the non-custodial parent and your taxes have been intercepted, you need to call the Allen County Prosecutor’s Office at 260/449-7648 and follow the instructions on the message.

10.     I am not getting visitation as the court orders provide. What do I need to do?

A.     The Title IV-D Program cannot get involved in the issues of child custody, visitation, and property settlements. You should contact your private attorney to represent you on these matters.

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