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What form do I need to fill to stop child support on my child she is 19 and working

A) In most states, child support obligations is terminated when a child reaches the age of majority or graduates from high school. Some states extend child support payments until the child turns age 21 or even longer for adult children enrolled in a post-secondary institution or for adult children with disabilities. Please look up your state guidelines or seek legal support.

How do I get my license released

A) If you are behind in your child support payments the best way to have your license reinstated is to catch up on your child support payments. Once you are caught up, contact your Division of Child Support Services office and provide proof that you are up to date on your payments. Once your DCSS… 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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