I would say that you need to go to the county in which the children reside. The state agency is who actually enforces it, no matter what county you go through.
Greetings. Yes, you should be able to use the Wake County Child Support Enforcement, but that is up to them. Thank you.
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My husband and I are separated. I love with the two children in Johnston County and he resides in Wake County. Can I go through Wake County Child Support Enforcement to get child support since they move alot faster than Johnston and he lives there?