Services / Programs
Resources / Forms
Child Support Professionals
ChildSupport It's more than just money
View Your Case Info
Teens & Pre-teens
NJ Child Support Staff
Locate Local County Offices
Other Social Services
Apply For Child Support & Estimate Payments
Any individual can apply for all of the available child support services.
Quick Reference Guide for calling 1-877-NJKIDS1
Use this handy Reference Guide for quick navigation to the IVR (Interactive Voice Response)
Child Support Guidelines
NJ Child Support Guidelines for Attorneys and the Court Staff
Child Support Payment Center
Print coupon, complete required information, then mail with your payment.
Locate County Offices
Search For Offices
Burlington County Board of Social Services Burlington County Human Services Facility
795 Woodlane Road
to locate a parent prior to an order
Burlington County Child Support Enforcement Services
50 Rancocas Road, 2nd FloorP.O. Box 6555
to enforce an existing order
Burlington County Courts Facility
49 Rancocas Road, 3rd Floor
to establish or change an order
Organizational Divisions: What service does each organization provide?
The county Boards of Social Services; also known as welfare agencies, handle child support cases. The agencies work to find non-custodial parents, establish paternity and file complaints with the courts for child support and paternity. They also provide access to welfare/ TANF benefits, food stamps, Medicaid, child care, employment services and other local assistance programs.
The county Family Courts schedule, conduct, record and keep track of court hearings and orders in a child support case, including issues of custody and visitation.
The county Probation Divisions monitor money due and paid for child support and help make sure the support continues getting paid through various enforcement efforts, if necessary.
COPYRIGHT ©2016 NJ CHILD SUPPORT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.