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The process of checking child support payments online varies by state. You can check the status of child support payments online by logging into your account using your case number, Social Security number or member ID at... More »

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Child support payment checks are sent to an authorized processing center such as Child Support Payment Central in the state of Ohio, explains the Department of Job and Family Services. The processing center makes payment... More »

www.reference.com Government & Politics Law Child Support & Custody

If child support money is received in the form of a check, then a bank will cash the check as long as the person in question has an account with the bank or the check was written by that bank. Not all child support money... More »

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The age to stop paying child support varies by state, but in some states child support ends when the child turns 18 and graduates from high school. The age of majority is the legal age established by the laws of the stat... More »

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The statute of limitations on child support requires a delinquent non-custodial parent to pay child support arrears even when the child reaches the age of majority, and generally varies by state, according to HG.org. Som... More »

www.reference.com Government & Politics Law Child Support & Custody

According to the California Department of Child Support Services, child support payments cover a parent's contributions to a child's medical and living expenses. Child support is determined by a court ruling. The court c... More »

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A child support review is a process courts and government agencies use to consider adjustments to established child support payments, says Legal Information Institute. The review process is conducted three years after an... More »

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