Do I Need To Tell Dcse When I Move?
Yes! Custodial and noncustodial parents are required to notify us promptly and in writing of any change in address.
The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law. The laws in your state and/or city may deviate significantly from those described here. If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney.
Additional Family Law Articles
- Dcse District Offices
- Can Dcse Help With Questions Or Problems About Custody Or Visitation?
- How Can Dcse Assist With Establishing Paternity?
- If A Judge Makes A Decision I Disagree With, What Can I Do?
- What If The Other Parent May Cause Me Or The Child Physical Or Emotional Harm If My Address Is Disclosed, Or If I Have A Protective Order?
- Can Dcse Put Non-Custodial Parents In Jail If They Don't Pay?
- What Actions Do You Take If The Non-Custodial Parent Lives In Another State?
- I Live In Another State. Can I Get Help From Dcse In Virginia?
- I See You Publish A Most Wanted Poster. How Do You Decide What Non-Custodial Parents To Include On The List?
- I Am Going To Change Banks And I Have Direct Deposit. What Should I Do?
- I Am Having Problems With My Bank And Want To Stop My Direct Deposit. What Should I Do?
- If The Payments Are Supposed To Be Deducted From My Wages And That Hasn't Started Yet, What Should I Do?
- I Do Not Think The Custodial Parent Is Using The Support Money For The Child. What Can Dcse Do?
- Why Do I Have To Pay Interest And Fees And Who Gets The Money?
- What Are Administrative Appeals?
- What Is Judicial Review?
- In Virginia, Can a Spouse Give Up His or Her Right to Alimony in a Premarital Agreement?
- What Steps are Necessary to Enter a Valid Premarital Agreement in Virginia?