Child Support Enforcement
Child Support can be confusing and often an emotional event for all parties involved. Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions section for more information. Please note these are generic questions people ask. Individual cases are unique. To get answers specific to your case, please contact Washington State Child Support or Tulalip Child Support Enforcement.
For more information, please open the Child Support Program PDF link.
For more information, please open the Paternity Testing Form PDF link.
- Promote accountability for financial, medical access through enforcement of child support for the children
- Ensure the non-custodial parent is satisfying the financial responsibility set by a court to provide the needs of the children
- Maintain relationships with agencies or departments to enforce or set child support orders