Facts & Frequently Asked Questions
Learn about the Title IV-D Child Support program and how we can help you.
Learn about the role of the court and how you can contact the court.
Contempt, Writs & Jail
A person who does not follow a court's order and has no valid excuse for not doing so may be found in contempt of court. A writ of body attachment is a court order to the Sheriff to arrest a person and hold them in custody. A writ of body attachment is a court order to the Sheriff to arrest a person and hold them in custody.
Custody & Parenting Time
The Title IV-D Program is not permitted to give advice about or otherwise become involved with issues of custody or parenting time. Contact the Child Support Bureaus' Parenting Time Hotline for legal advice at: 844-836-0003
An interstate case is one in which either the custodial party or the non-custodial parent lives outside the State of Indiana.
If a non-custodial parent has accumulated an arrearage on his or her child support order, all or part of his or her Federal and State income tax refunds may be intercepted and applied to the child support arrearage.
Title IV-D Child Support Program
The Title IV-D Child Support Program is a federally-funded agency that operates in every Indiana county and in every state in the nation.
Read the top 10 questions from both custodial and non-custodial parents.