Most states offer information about a child's support status on the website of the Department of Social Services or the Department of Revenue. Examples include jupiter.dss.state.va.us for Virginia and dor.myflorida.com f... More »

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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 »

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

Each state administers its own child support collections, and both noncustodial and custodial parents can call the state agency or, in some states, visit the website that tracks payments, IN.gov and the Attorney General ... More »

The Office of Child Support Enforcement is a good place to start for finding information about child support, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The agency offers detailed information for pare... More »

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Custodial or noncustodial parents may contact local, state or tribal child support agency via the government website of the Office of Child Support Enforcement, states OCSE. An online tool allows users to choose the stat... More »

To find free child support legal help, filers should first review available legal information provided by their state, and then they should access their state's courts website to view a list of available low-cost or free... More »

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As of 2015, New York state law stipulates that the percentage of a non-custodial parent's income for child support is 17 for one child, according to NYC Department of Social Services. The support is determined based on n... More »

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