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“How Can I Pay My Child Support If I Don’t Get a Regular Paycheck”

by | Dec 11, 2017

HOW CAN I PAY MY CHILD SUPPORT IF I DON’T GET A REGULAR PAYCHECK?

If you wish to pay your child support in person, you do not have to go to the Friend of the Court.  In early 2017 the State began a system of receiving Child Support payments at Family Dollar Stores and 7-11.  Since then, additional locations have been added to include CVS and Walmart. These additional locations provide even more sites where you can pay your support obligations.

If you are going to pay support at one of these third-party locations, you should bring the following

  1. Case number (issued by the county) and your IVD case number (issued by the state).
  2. Money for support.
  3. The fee associated with the payment (ranges from $1.99 to $3.99).

You may contact 1-877-543-2660 to speak with a customer service representative.

If you do not have wages garnished or an ability to drive to your local Friend of the Court offices in order to make payments in person, these third-party locations provide an alternative way to ensure that you can make your payments.

Additionally, you are able to get your IVD numbers from your Friend of the Court office and have access to your child support case, on-line, 24 hours per day. Should you have any questions about how to pay your child support, please contact one of our child support attorneys at Damon, Ver Merris, Boyko & Witte, PLC at (616) 975-9951. We are here to help – Curtis R. Witte  /  December 11, 2017

While this posting originates from a law office, none of the contents should, in any way, be considered legal advice. If you have not signed a retention letter describing the legal services to be provided and the amount to be paid for such services, you are not a client of this firm.

 

 

While this posting originates from a law office, none of the contents should, in any way, be considered legal advice. If you have not signed a retention letter describing the legal services to be provided and the amount to be paid for such services, you are not a client of this firm.

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