Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022
parents in Title IV-D cases shall be responsible as follows:
In WFNJ/TANF cases, the custodial parents
i. Cooperate in the establishment of
paternity, including making the child(ren) available for genetic testing, and
the establishment, modification and enforcement of child support and medical
support in accordance with N.J.A.C. 10:110-9, 10:90-16, and if family violence
is involved, with N.J.A.C. 10:90-20; and
Notify the CWA/CSU and remit immediately,
any child support payment received directly from any person or entity to the
CWA/CSU, as required by TANF provisions at
In both WFNJ/TANF and in
non-public assistance cases, the custodial parents shall notify the CWA/CSU,
Family Court, or Probation Division child support, as appropriate, if any of
the following factors occur:
i. Changes in
ii. Any change of name or
address (in writing);
iii. If an
attorney is retained to handle a child support matter;
iv. Of any protective order entered to which
they are a party; and
v. Any change
in financial circumstances.
3. In both WFNJ/TANF and in non-public
assistance cases, the custodial parents shall respond to subpoena(s) for
purposes of child support.
N.J. Admin. Code §
Amended by R.1998
d.506, effective 10/19/1998.
See: 30 New Jersey Register 1956(a), 30 New Jersey Register
Rewrote the section.
N.J.A.C. 10:110-4.2 and amended by R.2004 d.88, effective
New Jersey Register 3042(a), 36 New Jersey Register 1207(a).
Rewrote the section. Former N.J.A.C. 10:110-4.3, Non-custodial parents
responsibilities in a Title IV-D case, recodified to N.J.A.C.
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