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Child Support Enforcement


Has legislative authority to collect overdue child support (arrears) and to obtain medical coverage through a variety of administrative procedures. Administrative procedures can be put into action without going to court.  Before any administrative procedure is begun, a notice is sent to the non custodial parent. The notice explains the procedure, provides a deadline and instructions to comply with or challenge the action, and explains the consequences of failing to comply. Several different kinds of enforcement actions may occur at the same time, based on the dollar amount of the debt or the length of time the debt has been accruing.

Eligibility: Individuals in Lewis County who are paying or receiving child support

Application Process: Call or walk-in for information and services

Required Documentation: Varies; call for required documentation

Fees: Child support payments determined by the court

Lewis County

Map and Directions

Lewis County Department of Social Services

5274 Outer Stowe Street
Lowville NY 13367

Website: lewiscounty.org

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Disabled: Fully Accessible


Fax: 315-376-4112

Business Line: 315-376-5400

Website: www.lewiscounty.org

5274 Outer Stowe Street
Lowville NY 13367

Mailing Address:

PO Box 193
Lowville NY 13367


Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, by appointment
call for availability

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