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An employers guide to child support

the Division of Child Support (DCS) relies on your cooperation in the collection of child support.

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Published by Administrator in Division of Child Support, Washington State Dept. of Social & Health Services

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        StatementDivision of Child Support, Washington State Dept. of Social & Health Services
        PublishersDivision of Child Support, Washington State Dept. of Social & Health Services
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1998
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 92 p. :
        Number of Pages69
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
        1nodata
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        Background New hire reporting Income withholding Medical insurance Electronic fund transfer Child support offices.

        nodata File Size: 5MB.


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There are two options for EFT:• The benefits of EFT include:• Upon termination, mail or fax a completed "Termination Notification" form to the issuing agency, OR some states will accept this information over the telephone or online.

This document should be forwarded to your health care plan administrator for handling. WHAT SHOULD I DO IF HE OR SHE DOES NOT EARN ENOUGH INCOME TO MEET ALL OF THE OBLIGATIONS? WHAT IS THE PROCESS FOR ADDRESSING THIS? MUST I SEND THE ENTIRE PAYCHECK AS CHILD SUPPORT? See the National Medical Support Notice at form.

IF AN INCOME WITHHOLDING ORDER HAS BEEN TERMINATED, AM I REQUIRED TO CONTINUE TO KEEP THE ORDER ON FILE?

Information for Employers

Employers are partners in ensuring the financial security of the children served through the child support program. For more information and to sign up, please see the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement website at For additional employer resources, click. IF SO, FOR HOW LONG? The system includes child support cases receiving services through DSS as well as private support cases child and spousal enforced by the Clerks of Court.

Employers

Contact the issuing agency that sent the second withholding order. Accessible health insurance provides primary care services within 50 miles of the residence of the child subject to the child support order. Reporting a termination lets the agency know why the employer is no longer withholding child support deductions. Employers utilizing this service will be required to provide either the LASES number, member number or SSN of the employee, along with the Receive Code: 14695.

99 convenience fee for the use of this service. For more information, contact SDU customer support at 800 768-5858 or email• Responses to the National Medical Support Notice should be forwarded to: DCFS Child Support Enforcement Section - Medical Support PO Box 459 Ocala, FL 34478-0459 National Medical Support Notice NMSN A standardized medical child support order is to be used by all child support enforcement agencies to enforce medical obligations.

You must remit the total requested monthly amount every month. Reporting a termination should be done as soon as possible following the termination date.