Some states, such as Georgia, generally accept child support payments online or by mail through state or local child support agencies. Other states, such as Texas, also accept walk-in and phone payments. Another option includes submitting credit card or debit card payments via e-childsPay.
Parents can locate child support agency contacts in all 50 states using the online map that the Administration for Children and Families provides, as of 2015. The paying parent may prefer to pay child support directly to the receiving parent. If the court order allows it, the parents may consider this option, according to Cordell & Cordell, P.C.