How does the non-paying parent know if state tax refund will be taken?
April 15, 2014
Q) How does the non-paying parent find out that his or her state tax refund will be taken?
A) The non-paying parent will typically receive a notice in the mail from the state child support agency informing them that their state tax refund has been intercepted to pay past-due child support. The notice will usually provide information about the amount of past-due child support owed and any fees associated with the interception. The notice may also include information about how to contest the interception or request a hearing if the non-paying parent believes the interception was made in error.