States such as Florida allow users to log into an online portal to view child support payments. The Florida online portal is at myfloridacounty.com, and users can create an account that allows them to send the child support payments and keep track of payments made. Florida residents can also find information regarding child support payments at the State Disbursement Unit Voice Response System.
The state of Indiana also provides users an online portal to view their child support payment history, the State of Indiana advises. Noncustodial parents can view the previous five child support payments applied. The State of New York also provides an online portal for child support payment history, explains the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance. The New York portal allows custodial parents to view payment history, update any changes in mailing address and apply for direct deposit.
Child support is usually paid by noncustodial parents until a child reaches the age of majority or sometimes longer if the child is on active military duty, is in college or has special needs; the parents' rights are terminated; or the court declares a child to be emancipated, notes Nolo.