Child Support Numbers Improve

Ohio has joined a select group of states that collect at least 70% of current child support owed, well above the national average of 65 %. That’s according to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. The agency collects and distributes nearly $2 billion annually to more than one million Ohio children. Most child support is collected through income-withholding orders issued to noncustodial parents’ employers. However, Ohio recently gave noncustodial parents the option of paying child support online. Parents also can make payments at their local agency.

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