HAMILTON, Ohio -- For the eighth consecutive year, the Butler County Child Support Enforcement Agency has been named the best performing metro county in the state for the 2010 federal fiscal year.
What does CSEA stand for?
CSEA stands for Child Support Enforcement Agency
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The Maryland Child Support Enforcement Agency established a program in Prince George's County to aggressively and proactively review and, if appropriate, modify child support orders for noncustodial parents and assist them in obtaining employment when released.
040(c)(2) as follows: (c)(2) An attorney for the IV-D child support enforcement agency who appears in a family law matter governed by these rules, whether in an initial proceeding or any subsequent modification or enforcement action in the proceeding, shall file a notice in compliance with subdivisions (c)(1) and (e), which shall also state whether the recipient of IV-D services is a party to the case, any limits on the legal services being performed for the recipient of IV-D services, and any limits on the issues that may be addressed by the attorney during the proceeding.