Q) Can past-due child support be taken from the state income tax refund?
A) All states with state income tax must have laws that require the offset of state income tax refunds to collect past-due child support. The money first goes to satisfy current support due for that month, next for past-due support owed to families, and finally to states to repay cash assistance provided to the family.
State Child Support Offices
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