IV-D Proceeding

In a child support matter where a child is receiving certain state benefits, the state becomes a party to the child support proceeding. Because the state is an additional party in the action, the child support hearing is held separately from other proceedings related to the child. The term IV-D refers to the section of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Act, a federal bill, that required states to hold IV-D hearings.

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