What if I have a grievance?
Parties in child support cases are entitled to fair, professional, courteous and accurate service from offices of the Oregon Child Support Program.
If you have a complaint that you have not received this level of service from an Oregon Child Support Office, please contact a supervisor in that office. If talking to a supervisor does not succeed in resolving the issue, you may wish to file a grievance.
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