To help parents who are significantly behind on child support payments and who have been issued a bench warrant due to failure to pay, the Madera County Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) is offering risk-free help at a meeting scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 4.
Child support experts from Madera County DCSS will be on-hand at Madera County Superior Court to offer same-day assistance with no risk of legal action for parents who want help.
No appointment is necessary, parents can walk in and work with Madera County DCSS caseworkers immediately to resolve legal issues, according to Nicole Darracq of the Child Support Services Program.
Madera County DCSS encourages parents with debt to take advantage of this opportunity to get expert advice and assistance with no risk of legal action, and urges those with concerns or questions to call the department office, 718-3008.
The meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Madera County Superior Court, Department 37, 200 S. G St.
California’s Child Support Services Program works with parents and guardians to ensure children and families receive court-ordered financial and medical support. Child support services are available to the general public through a network of 49 county and regional child support agencies. For information on the child support program, visit www.childsup.ca.gov.