How to get an up-to-date record of your Texas Child Support Account

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Written by: Duane L. Coker  How to get an up to date record of your Texas Child Support Account

Child support payments in Texas are paid through the Texas State Disbursement Unit (SDU) located in San Antonio. The Texas Attorney General keeps records of every child support obligation and payment made through the SDU. Here’s a step-by-step guide to getting a copy of your child payment record.

Go to the Texas Attorney General Website and log into your account

The Texas Attorney General’s Child Support Division is at: http://www.oag.state.tx.us/cs/index.shtml Go to their site and click the link on the upper right side labeled “Child Support Interactive” This will take you to the child support record keeping site. Once you reach Child Support Interactive, you’ll need to log into your case by selecting either “Custodial” or “Noncustodial” Parent. Typically, the Custodial Parent (CP) is the one receiving payments and the Noncustodial Parent (NCP) is the one making payments. There is information on this page about how to enter your identifying information and, if you don’t have the necessary information, how to get it.

Selecting your case

Once you have logged in as either the CP or NCP, you’ll need to select the case involving the child whose support you’re inquiring about at the time. If you only have one child receiving support from one NCP, then that will be the only case shown. If you are paying or receiving support from more than one NCP, then you’ll need the select the right case. Once you select the case, you’ll have a number of links from which to choose.

Reviewing your payment record

Once you have selected the proper case, choose the link for “Payment Record” and pick the date range you want to view. This will pull up a list of all payments made for that date range. If you choose the “Payments/Case Status” link, it will provide additional information, including the status of the case and the amount of arrears, if any. While the information on the site is not always complete, it often is and, as the official record keeping site for child support in Texas, it’s certainly a good place to get started.

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Reprinted from Legal Guide published by Duane L. Coker on AVVO.com

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