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The California Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) is a governmental agency that is charged with establishing paternity and ensuring that children receive court-ordered child support and medical care.  While DCSS can assist you in ensuring that your child support is received each month, they cannot represent you in court. At Fair Cadora, our family law attorneys have decades of experience in cases involving DCSS and have the knowledge necessary to increase your chances of a positive outcome.

Our firm can work with DCSS to assist you in the following areas:

  • Paternity determination

  • Genetic testing

  • Health insurance enforcement

  • Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

  • Enforcement of a child support orders

Because DCSS is a governmental entity, getting into contact with them to discuss your child support case can be difficult. An experienced family law attorney on your side can be a valuable tool to obtaining a positive outcome for your case. At Fair Cadora, our compassionate San Diego divorce attorneys are well-versed in this process and may be able to help alleviate the stress and anxiety that comes with dealing with DCSS.

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