Your Local Child Support Office enhances the well being of children by locating noncustodial parents, establish paternity, establish and enforce support orders, modify orders when appropriate, collect and distribute child support payments, and refer parents to other social service programs.
Child Support programs promote parent accountability and self sufficiency while reducing the public’s responsibility for providing financial and medical support to children. These child support social services are available to all parents who need them.
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Q) What methods are used by the Child Support Division to collect child support? A) The most effective method for collection is through income withholding, in which the appropriate amount is withheld by an employer from the non-custodial parent’s income. Some other methods include contempt of court proceedings, intercepting federal and state income tax refunds,Continue Reading
Q) I have been paying child support thru the court system of Massachusetts. My youngest is 21 and not in school. My oldest is 23, working, has a baby and this will be her 5th year in college. Both are still living with their mom in Virginia. How long am I obligated to pay support? A) InContinue Reading
Q) A Mr. G…n E….., sometimes of Ca….., sometimes of Limestone has a half dozen kids on partial child support. He is also presently involved in a lawsuit against the daughter of his ex-girlfriend for having stolen $ 90,000 from him. Why is it that if he had this amount of money hidden away heContinue Reading
Q) not been notified on my child support case for all of 2014 payments due A) You will need to contact your local child support office and speak with your child support enforcement counselor on your case.
Q) How do I cancel/close my ReliaCard account? I never asked for one. My child support is directly deposited into my checking account, therefore I have no need for one. I tried to contact someone by phone but I never got an answer. The number I was given to call was (319)753-9223 as I live inContinue Reading
Q) Hola hace 1 año q puse mi solicitud de childsuport y no he tenido respuesta quisiera tener info sobre mi caso tks English: Hello one year q put my request childsuport ago and have had no response would have info about my case tks. A) Spanish: Usted tendrá que ponerse en contacto con su oficina localContinue Reading
Q) I wanted to ask how much is it for a dna through you’ll? And if you pay child support dont you have right for vistition rights. I have appointment June 24th in Waycross child support recovery and how much will I have to pay that day when I go for the cost. A) We do notContinue Reading
Q) Child Support Payments have been made to the Clerk of Courts office in my county and according to the clerk of courts case information page with the check number provided but the 877-769-0251 number does not advise they have been paid??????? There has been $1257.00 paid and it is not showing up! why? This needs toContinue Reading
Q) My daughter’s father just died. We requested a 100,000 life insurance policy during the divorce proceedings. His older daughter is taking care of his will, she is the executive in charge. She isn’t telling me anything. What should I do? A) It is recommend that you get legal counsel and representation as soon as possible.
Q) Could someone please direct me to whom ever l need to about $7,962.00 that was garnished from my tax return on 2/28/2014 an has not been released to my sons mother and the dcf website shows nothing in the account from any of it.Where does the money go and how do l get in touchContinue Reading
Q) My son turned 21 and is no longer living with his mother or going to college. How do i stop paying on him. A) You need to contact your local clerk’s office for information on how to get a court order to terminate your child support payments as you child is now an adult at legalContinue Reading
Q) What does the child support agency need to know? A) No matter where you start — establishing paternity, finding a noncustodial parent, establishing or enforcing a support order — the child support office must have enough information to work on your case effectively. All information you provide will be treated in confidence. The more detailsContinue Reading
Q) Where do I apply for help in obtaining child support? A) You can apply through the state, local, or tribal child support office. Usually, applying to your local child support agency is most effective; however, you have the right to apply to another tribunal if that will result in more efficient service. The telephoneContinue Reading
Q) How does the non-paying parent find out that his or her state tax refund will be taken? A) The state must notify the noncustodial parent in advance of taking the action. The notice specifies the amount owed in arrears, the amount to be offset, and how to contest the offset.
Q) Can past-due child support be taken from the state income tax refund? A) All states with state income tax must have laws that require the offset of state income tax refunds to collect past-due child support. The money first goes to satisfy current support due for that month, next for past-due support owed to families,Continue Reading
Q) Will location and enforcement services cost more if my agency is dealing with another state or jurisdiction? A) Possibly. It depends on what the child support office has to do to find the noncustodial parent and establish regular payment. The more solid information and leads you provide, the more efficiently your case can be conducted. ForContinue Reading
Q) If the child support office can’t find the noncustodial parent, does that mean I can’t get cash assistance? A) No. You can get assistance from the TANF program if you are trying to help find the noncustodial parent. Your state, local, or tribal child support agency will tell you what information they will need youContinue Reading
Q) I don’t have any way to support my baby without help, but her father is dangerous. Is it safe to get child support? A) If you think that you or the baby would not be safe if you try to establish paternity or collect child support, and you need to be in a cash assistanceContinue Reading
Q) My children and I need money now. The noncustodial parent left us ten years ago. Can the child support office still take my case? A) If you apply for services, the child support office will try to find the noncustodial parent to establish or enforce a child support obligation. Be sure to give your caseworkerContinue Reading
Q) My income has changed, can my order be revised? A) Either parent may ask for a review of the order to make sure it is still accurate. Child support offices will review a child support order at least every three years, or when there is a significant change of circumstances, if either parent requests suchContinue Reading
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