.

Chat with a LIVE Child Support Specialist 

Payments FAQ

It is difficult to enforce child support payments when the other parent continually moves to avoid paying. You can help your case if, whenever you learn that the other parent has moved or has a new job, you provide this information to the RCDCSS as soon as possible. Federal legislation now enables prosecution of a noncustodial parent if that parent lives in another state, territory or possession of the U.S., and if the case meets certain other criteria.

Yes. The fact that the noncustodial parent now lives somewhere else does not prevent the RCDCSS from reaching his/her assets in California.

Yes. The fact that the noncustodial parent now lives somewhere else does not prevent the RCDCSS from reaching his/her assets in California.

Yes. The fact that the noncustodial parent now lives somewhere else does not prevent the RCDCSS from reaching his/her assets in California.

Inform the RCDCSS whenever you move, whether you move across the street, to another state or another county. The RCDCSS will tell you what you need to do to make sure you still receive child support services in your new location.

The court may find a noncustodial parent in contempt of court if that parent has the ability to pay but is willfully not paying the child support. This enforcement tool is used only when all others have failed.

Tell our office when you or the other parent moves, no matter where. They can transfer your child support case to the county or state where you move if you are a custodial party. Also, tell our office where the noncustodial parent moves. Child support can be enforced anywhere in the United States.

No. The laws known as the Full Faith and Credit for Child Support Orders Act and the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act prevent states from changing another state's court order. If the child lives here and an order is issued in California, in most cases only a California court can change it.

If you are the custodial party, you may view those payments that have been issued to you. If you are the noncustodial party, you may view the payments made by you that have been processed. You just need to apply for a PIN (Personal identification Number).

COAP Workshop: Reduce Your Debt! Dont Miss Out of Facebook Live!

Free Virtual Workshop

Our Child Support Specialists will guide you through “COAP: Reduce your CA State Debt” and how to reach our office. We will also provide information on, enforcement, and a variety of convenient options on how you can make payments. Dont miss out on this special presentation where you will learn about the Compormise Of Arrears Program on September, 24 @ 10am!

9/24/2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM/Author: Waldir/Number of views (74)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
Categories: Uncategorized
Tags:

COVID-19: Electronic Service of Documents

COVID-19: Electronic Service of Documents (California Rules of Court Update)

Effective April 17, 2020, additional temporary rules have been added to the California Rules of Court in response to COVID-19. To sustain essential court services in California state court and to promote social distancing, the Judicial Council announced the adoption of an initial set of Emergency Rules to the California Rules of Court, which went into effect earlier this month on April 6, 2020.

All documents served on either party can be submitted electronically by sending an email to: ServicePortal@RivCo.org

Monday, April 20, 2020/Author: Marquese Howard/Number of views (22)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
Tags:
RSS