If you know the location of a noncustodial parent and which state the child support case is in, e-mail that information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Child Support Enforcement Abroad
If you have questions about child support from/to someone in a foreign country, you may search the OCSE's international resources to see if there is a state or national agreement with the country in question. If you need further help, you may e-mail your international child support questions to OCSEinternational@acf.hhs.gov.
A divorce decree is an official document from the court that grants the termination of a marriage. It includes specific details of the divorce.
A divorce certificate is issued by a state vital records office. It shows that a divorce occurred but does not state all of the same information as a divorce decree. You can save time and money by determining which document you need before making your request.
Get a Copy of a Divorce Decree
Contact the "county clerk's office" or "clerk of the court" for the county or city in which the divorce was granted.
You can change your name legally by marriage, divorce, a court proceeding, or other means. To change your name in a court, you should check with a local court on the county level to determine the procedures. You can also hire a lawyer to help you with the procedure.
Once you have changed your name, you need to report the change to the federal government.
Postal Service Report your name change to the local post office that delivers your mail.
For Federal Employees If you are a currently a Federal Government employee, report your name change to your agency's office of human resources. If you're an annuitant receiving pay from a Federal agency, you should report the name change to that agency.
Consider where else your name is on file. Examples include other state or local government offices, banks or other financial institutions, credit-card companies, and private employers.