If I apply for child support services, do I have any rights?
Yes. You have the right to:
- Receive fair and nondiscriminatory treatment
- Have all private data treated as confidential
- Be notified of all important actions concerning your case
- Have the opportunity to participate in any court action involving your case
- Ask for reviews and adjustments of your support order
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