Who Do I Call For More Information?
For more information about child support services, including processing time frames, fees, etc., please read the A Notice of Services@. Also, for general information or for information about your case, you may call the Customer Service Unit (CSU) in any of the ORS/CSS offices.
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Even the most common family law issue can be intensely stressful. A knowledgeable family lawyer can guide you through the process. An attorney will coach you on how to proceed and give expert guidance on hearings, trials and enforcing court orders. Take the first step now and talk to an experienced local family attorney.
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