Note: You can speed up getting child support by signing up
for direct deposit.
For more information about direct deposit, please contact your local child
Individuals who have a child support
case may access data related to child support payments, balances due and
case status. This private and confidential information is available only to
the other individual parties in the case. No name, address or other identifying
information is returned. You must know your child support case number and
PIN (last 4 digits of your Social Security number) to access the data.
If you do not have your child support case number, you will need to contact
the child support office that manages your case by phone, mail or fax. You
will be required to provide your Social Security number.
Unauthorized attempts to access or use the data for other than its
intended purpose is prohibited and may result in criminal prosecution.
For your protection, a log of all requests to access case data is recorded.
Every effort is made to ensure that the data provided is accurate and
current. If you believe any information returned is inaccurate, you may
contact the child support office that handles your case.
To learn about this agency's practice of web security and your privacy,
please read our
(Please note: All states are mandated by the federal government to deduct an annual fee of $25 once at least $500 has been collected on a child support enforcement case. Effective October 1, 2013, the cycle for the annual $25 fee begins again in Virginia.)