How to Close a Case With the Department of Child Support Services
Updated July 20, 2017
You can reopen your case any time. A filing fee applies, variable by state, and the state collects a small percentage of your child support payments in exchange for providing its services.
Keep records of the date and amount the obligor (or paying parent) pays once your case is closed. It will be up to you to document the payment history and to prove when and how much the obligor is in arrears.
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