A) To get your case number for child support, you will need to contact the child support agency that handles your case. This is usually the child support agency in the state where the non-custodial parent (the parent who is ordered to pay child support) lives.
You can find the contact information for your state’s child support agency by going to the Department of Health and Human Services website and clicking on your state on the map. You can also find the contact information for your state’s child support agency by visiting the Child Support Enforcement Program website and clicking on your state on the map.
Once you have contacted the child support agency, they should be able to provide you with your case number and any other information you need to start making payments. If you are not sure which agency handles your case, you can also try contacting the custodial parent (the parent who receives the child support) or an attorney who may be able to help you locate the appropriate agency.