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Employer will not deduct child support payments. What do I do?

child_support_personQ) My ex-husband has a good job and is willing to have the payments deducted from his paycheck, but his employer won’t do it. What can I do?

A) Under every state’s law, an employer must withhold the support if ordered to, or if the noncustodial parent requests it. If you run into problems with an employer, seek the assistance of your child support office. The state child support agency staff will send the employer a withholding notice, which is binding on the employer. An employer who fails to withhold the income in accordance with the notice is liable for the accumulated amount that should have been withheld from the noncustodial parent’s income. Employers who have questions about income withholding can find information and contacts on the Office of Child Support Enforcement website: www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/css/employers/employer-contact-program-information




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  1. Child support usually ends when the child reaches age 18 or age of majority” refers to the legal age established under your state law. You may have over paid on your child support – depending on your state. If your state age of majority is 21 then you would not have overpaid. Visit Child Support Termination Procedures By State for information on how to terminate your child support obligation. https://dadsdivorce.com/articles/child-support-termination-procedures-by-state/

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