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Robeson County - Courthouse- Clerk of Superior Court- Child Support Enforce in Lumberton, North Carolina


Robeson County - Courthouse- Clerk of Superior Court- Child Support Enforce

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(910) 671-3383

500 North Elm Street

Lumberton
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NC
28358

Robeson County - Courthouse- Clerk of Superior Court- Child Support Enforce is a business providing services in the field of Human Services Organizations. Robeson County - Courthouse- Clerk of Superior Court- Child Support Enforce is located in Lumberton, NC on 500 North Elm Street.

Robeson County - Courthouse- Clerk of Superior Court- Child Support Enforce telephone number is (910) 671-3383.

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Helpful Tip for: Human Services Organizations


 Human Service Organizations, in Lumberton, work for the benefit, interests, and empowerment of the needy sections of the society at large. They may provide comprehensive or specialized services. Their services are mostly oriented toward protecting and promoting physical, mental, social and environmental health of individuals.








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