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Program Information Sheet for:
Child Support Enforcement Division

Child Support Enforcement Division
Mass Department of Revenue
51 Sleeper Street
Boston, MA 02205
Mailing Address:
Child Support Enforcement Division
Mass Department of Revenue
51 Sleeper Street
Boston, MA 02205

Telephone Numbers and Contact information
Phone #:(800) 332-2733 Customer Service/Information
Phone #:(888) 926-8337 Report Parents not paying CS.
Phone #:(617) 626-2223 Child Support Advocate
Phone #:
Phone #:
Fax Number:(781) 213-1040

Web Page:
E-mail to:   None Listed

Program Details:
Operating Agency: MA Department of Revenue (Governmental)
Person In Charge: :
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:45 to 5
Eligibility: all
Fees: none
Intake Process: call for information and appointment
Program Licenses:
Staff Qualifications:
Service Area: Massachusetts
Handicap Accessibility:

Program/Service Notes:
Our mission is to protect the economic well-being of children by enforcing the financial responsibilities of parenthood. The Child Support Enforcement Division (CSE) is here to assist parents in establishing paternity and child support orders, collecting child support, and asking courts to adjust child support orders when circumstances change. Any parent or guardian of a child under 18 years old can ask CSE for help. If you receive public assistance, you can also talk to your caseworker at the Department of Transitional Assistance; however, you do not have to be on public assistance for CSE to help you. -Tip Line: If you have information that would help us locate one of our Ten Most Wanted parents, or information regarding any parents that would help us better serve the children entitled to child support, please call above number. -Child Support Advocate: The Child Support Advocate is dedicated to assisting custodial and non-custodial parents with all matters relating to DOR's Child Support Enforcement Division. The Advocate serves as DOR's ombudsman, and acts as an independent voice in reviewing protracted individual cases. While the Advocate is not the first step in resolving a problem, the office can intercede on a customers behalf when all other efforts to reach a remedy have been exhausted.

This information was last updated on 01/18/2007

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