i have been paying support for 3 weeks, the mother of my child still has not received it yet
Q) i have been paying support for 3 weeks now and the mother of my child still has not received it yet and it is taken right out of my check every week so what should i do about that
A) If you have been making child support payments, but the mother of your child has not yet received them, there could be several possible reasons for the delay.
First, it may take some time for the payment to be processed and sent to the recipient. In some cases, it could take up to a few weeks for the payment to be received. Additionally, if you are making payments through a state child support enforcement agency, they may be responsible for processing and distributing the payments.
If it has been longer than a few weeks and the mother of your child has still not received the payments, you should contact your state child support enforcement agency or your payment provider to inquire about the status of the payments. You may need to provide proof of payment, such as a bank statement or receipt, to help resolve the issue.
For most child support services – payments are processed and disbursed within two business days of receipt. The custodial parent will receive his/her payment within three business days from the date Child Support Enforcement disburses the payment.
If the mother of your child has not received a check within 10 business days of the date the payment was disbursed, call your local child support office. The payment will be researched and if the check has not been returned or cashed, a stop payment is placed on the original check and a new check is reissued. If the check has been cashed, further research must be done. It could take 2 to 3 weeks to determine the status of the original check before a new check can be reissued.
I’m sorry to hear about the issues you’re experiencing with the child support office. I don’t have access to specific information about your case, but I can offer some general advice.
It sounds like there may have been a mistake or an issue with the verification process that is causing the hold on your child support payments. If you haven’t already done so, I would recommend reaching out to the child support office directly to inquire about the status of your case and to request more information about why the hold is still in place.
You can also consider reaching out to a local legal aid organization or a family law attorney for assistance. They may be able to help you navigate the process and advocate for your child’s rights.
It’s important to keep in mind that these processes can sometimes take longer than expected, but it’s still important to stay persistent and advocate for your child’s best interests. I wish you the best of luck in resolving this issue.