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100 Responses to Do you have a Question about Child Support?

  1. The first thing you should do is get a printout of your child support records – either by calling your county child support agency or printing it online. It should reflect all payments and monies intercepted for the payment of child support and the related fees. Make sure there was not some sort of support ordered that you were not aware of or that there was not an error in the paperwork or order.

    Once you can verify the payments you have made and that you are current, you should request your refund in writing to the agency, send it to them, and then call to verify receipt. Make a log of your contacts to the agency, including who you spoke with and what you were told during the conversation.

    If you get no response or refund, then you should consider hiring an attorney. The agency may be more cooperative when dealing with counsel rather than an individual payor.

    If you are entitled to the refund and they continue to delay or deny the refund, the attorney could then file a motion in the circuit court.

    Suggest that you seek advice from an attorney in your jurisdiction. Source: https://dadsdivorce.com/articles/correcting-errors-made-by-the-child-support-agency/

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