But low-income fathers often struggle to meet this responsibility. They may not make enough money. Or job loss may have changed their ability to pay. When fathers don’t pay, enforcement comes in—causing many low-income fathers to go underground in fear.
Failure to pay can result in jail time. Once sent to jail, a father’s inability to pay is made worse.
Helping fathers understand and navigate child support is central to our programs.
Fathers who are incarcerated solely for their failure to pay child support can participate in our JOBS NOT JAIL PROGRAM
Working with the Child Support Services Division (CSSD), we help fathers identify steps to resolve an outstanding warrant and avoid jail.
Helpful tips that guide Fathers through the necessary steps of SC's Child Support System.
Major life changes can affect a father’s ability to pay child support. Here’s why and how child support payments can be adjusted.
Learn the steps for requesting modification depend on whether child support is a CSE order or a private order.
Many non-custodial parents either mistrust or have difficulty navigating the systems of the formal institution; the Child Support system is no exception.