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Child support arrears of $80,000…

Have you been successful in having this cleared? My husband’s ex-wife has done something, although she is denying it, but we now have two separate case numbers. Child support arrears of $80,000 is showing in the second case, which was opened in April 2020. The first case is dated March 2010, and displays all payments… Continue Reading

My ex husband’s employer is taking the child support out of his check, but not turning it into domestics.

Q) My ex husband’s employer is taking the child support out of his check, but not turning it into domestics. It has been happening for over 2 years. Every time the county office contacts him, he sends in a small check. He is currently in arrears for over $2,400. He had an enforcement conference and… Continue Reading

I need to modify child support.

Q) My daughter will be attending college this fall. I need to modify child support. Her name is Leah K***o. Her dads name is R**n K***o. And my name is Laci M***e. A) To modify a child support order you need to ask the Probate and Family Court. Steps needed to modify a child support… Continue Reading

358 Responses to Tell Us Your Experience At Your Local Child Support Office

  1. I knw this is not an easy job especially on the heart. Those of us who are calling to reach someone would whole heartedly appreciate it if calls were answered & returned in a timely manner. We are expected, demanded & then condemned for not being “timely” in business matters with this office. “You” too should honor the same code put forth.

    jKing

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