Ohio Child Support | OH Office of Child Support (OCS)

The Ohio Office of Child Support (OCS) provides many services to ensure that children of divorced, separated or never married parents are supported financially by both of their parents. Parents are obligated to support their children, even if they no longer live in the home. Parents can contact OCS to apply for services such as establishment, modification or enforcement of a child support order. In addition, OCS can help establish paternity. OCS also provides online tools for parents to access their accounts or make payments.

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Ohio Child Support Login | Make a Payment

Ohio Child Support Login | Make a Payment

The State of Ohio Office of Child Support (OCS) offers online tools to access child support accounts, case information and to make payments. How to Login Step 1: Go to this webpage and click “login” Step 2: You will be brought to this page where you enter your user id and passowrd and click “login” if you forgot […]

Ohio Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

Ohio Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

The Ohio child support calculator is a work sheet based upon state law that courts use to figure out how much child support should be owed.  The worksheet uses state guidelines in determining how much support to award based upon a number of factors including the income of both parents, certain costs including child care […]

Ohio Child Support Enforcement

Ohio Child Support Enforcement

In order to enforce child support payments in Ohio a parent who is not receiving child support due to them from the other parent may be able to get in touch with the Ohio Office of Child Support (OCS) to initiate enforcement action. OCS may be able to put in place wage garnishment or intercept tax […]

Ohio Child Support Laws | Ohio Revised Code Chapter 3119

Ohio Child Support Laws | Ohio Revised Code Chapter 3119

The Ohio Child Support Laws set forth the circumstances and requirements for issuing child support orders.   In addition, the laws set forth the income guidelines and calculation instructions for determining how much child support should be issued.  In addition, the laws set forth how and when health care orders should be issued.

Contact Information: Telephone Number: 1-800-686-1556 Fax Number: 614-995-7159 Email Address: https://www.odjfs.state.oh.us/oleg-form/CaseSpecific.asp Mailing Address: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services 30 East Broad Street 32nd Floor Columbus, Ohio 43215-3414

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