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MIChildSupport Website

by | Sep 28, 2017

The Kent County Friend of the Court reports that MiChildSupport is a website that parents can use to access information about their child support case, to apply for child support services, to pay their child support and to calculate child support amounts as well as other additional information. These accounts can be accessed by going to either:
https://www.michigan.gov/michildsupport or https://www.michigan.gov/micase.

Your personal information must line up with what the Friend of the Court has on file. If you are unable to access your information, you should contact the Kent County Friend of the Court for assistance.

It is no longer necessary to physically go to the Kent County Friend of the Court to obtain a print-out of the history of your case. This information is now available on the website at either of the above links. You can sign up to receive notifications including payment reminders and other information by email or text by using the Notifications Settings page.

You can also use the Michigan Child Support Formula Calculator mentioned in our previous blog post of March 29, 2017: https://micase.state.mi.us/calculatorapp/public/welcome/load.html.

If you have further questions about how to access this information or if you have questions that require further discussion, do not hesitate to contact one of our child support attorneys at Damon, Ver Merris, Boyko & Witte, PLC. We are here to help – Curtis R. Witte / September 28, 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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