Setting Court Orders for Child Support Notice: The administrative code Chapter DCF 150 Child Support Percentage of Income Standard was amended effective July 1, 2018. BCS is in the process of updating information on this site to conform to those changes. The Wisconsin Child Support Program can help you set up a child support order or medical support order if you apply for child support services. Parents who are receiving some types of public assistance automatically get child support services and do not have to apply for them. See Child Support and Aid/Benefit Programs for more information. Wisconsin Courts use the rules in the Child Support Percentage of Income Standard for setting support amounts. It is important to understand that only a court can set or change a support order. If you get or apply for child support, you will receive case management services from your local child support agency.