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Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act

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* Federal Child Support Tables
* ISO Act [PDF]
* General Regulation [PDF]

For general information about the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act and whether it applies to you, please refer to the Info Sheet - The Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, a helpful guide to the Act.

In order to determine which forms you must complete to start your application under the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, there are three steps:

Step One: Read through the ISO GUIDE - Introduction
Step Two: Choosing Which Forms to Use
Step Three: Download applicable forms and guides for Support Application or Support Variation Application


Form A - Support Application or Support Variation Application
Form B - Identification Information
Form C - Evidence of Parentage
Form D - Statements to Support a Declaration of Biological Parentage
Form E - Child Support Claim
Form F - Request for Support Order (if the Respondent does not provide financial information)
Form G - Request by Recipient for a Child Support Order different than the Child Support Guidelines table amount
Form H - Special Expense Claim
Form I - Request by Payor to pay Child Support different than the Child Support Guidelines table amount
Form J - Support for Claimant/Applicant
Form K - Financial Statement
Form L - Child Status and Financial Statement (for a child over the age of majority)
Form M - Evidence to Support Variation of a Support Order
Form N - Respondent's Answer to Application
Form O - Request for Enforcement

Caution! Before you complete any court forms, we strongly suggest that you call the Child Support Guidelines Office to make sure you have selected the right forms. Call (902) 368-6220
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