Mar 26 2020

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Child Support

The following information is a summary of some of the administrative procedures that may be used to collect overdue child support.

Procedures to Collect Current or Overdue Child Support

The two administrative procedures described below, Income Execution (IEX) and Unemployment Insurance Benefits (UIB) Intercept, may be used to collect either current or overdue child support.

Income Execution (IEX)

Income Execution (IEX) is the process by which payments for current and/or overdue support are deducted from a noncustodial parent’s wages or other income by the noncustodial parent’s employer or income payor.

Unemployment Insurance Benefits (UIB) Intercept

Noncustodial parents who are receiving unemployment insurance from the New York State Department of Labor will have current and/or overdue child support payments automatically deducted from their UIB payments.

Procedures to Collect Overdue Support

Income Tax Refund Intercept (Federal and State)

Credit Bureau Submission

The names of delinquent noncustodial parents may be submitted to the major consumer credit reporting agencies. As a result, the noncustodial parent may have difficulty obtaining a loan or other forms of credit until the overdue child support is paid.

Lottery Intercept

New York State lottery winnings may be intercepted to pay overdue child support.

Property Execution

Financial assets, including bank accounts, may be seized in order to satisfy overdue child support.

Driver’s License Suspension

New York State driver’s licenses may be suspended for a delinquent noncustodial parent.

Passport Denial

The New York State Division of Child Support Enforcement and the U.S. State Department work together to prevent delinquent noncustodial parents from renewing or obtaining a passport.

Liens may be filed against a delinquent noncustodial parent’s real estate or personal injury claims or awards in order to collect overdue child support.

Tax Referrals

The names of delinquent noncustodial parents are sent to the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance (DTF). DTF can then apply specific tax collection remedies to collect the overdue child support.

Procedure to Obtain Health Insurance Coverage

Medical Support Enforcement

When a court order for child support directs the non-custodial parent to provide health insurance coverage, a National Medical Support Notice (NMSN) is sent to the employer. The NMSN requires the employer to obtain the necessary health insurance on behalf of the noncustodial parent’s dependent children.

Remember: Most of these enforcement procedures will not be used unless the noncustodial parent fails to pay child support.


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