men workingEMPLOYED NONPAYOR

This is the person who works a steady job and receives a paycheck from the company regularly.

State law requires that all new orders be paid through an income-withholding (also known as a payroll deduction, income deduction order, or wage withholding).

If your order is old and does not require the non-custodial parent to pay through an income- withholding order, the IV-D child support agency must file an income-withholding order to the non-paying parent’s employer upon your request.

You need to know the employer’s name and address and the social security number of the non- paying parent.

If you do not have this information, it is the responsibility of the child support agency to locate this information (see Locating Absent Parents).

If the non-paying parent lives out of state, file an Interstate Income Withholding, preferred to a UIFSA (Uniform Interstate Family Support Act).

 

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