VERMONT CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
Payments & Collection Programs

Addresses and Information on Enforcement of Court Ordered Vermont Child Support Payment.

The Child Support Programs ensure that children receive the court-ordered financial support to which they are legally entitled. It provides services as to establishing paternity, and enforcing child support and medical support orders.


The court has to examine some important financial documents before calculating child support payments, such as:

  • Gross income of both parents
  • Court-ordered support child support for children of other relationships
  • Any paid or received spousal support or alimony
  • Health insurance costs and extraordinary medical costs
  • Childcare and education costs

It is of your best interest that you provide the most accurate information about your assets and financial information.

Child support orders automatically terminate when:

  • The child reaches the age of 18 and graduates from high school
  • Is emancipated by the court
  • Has a change in legal custody
  • Gets married
  • Enlists in the armed forces
  • Passes away

Support may not terminate if the child has severe special needs which cause him/her to remain dependent.

According to the state and federal law, when non-custodial parents fail to pay the child support obligation, they are subject to enforcement measures in order to collect any regular or past-due payments.

Here are some of the tools used by the state to enforce court ordered child support payments:

  • Income withholding
  • Liens on real estate property, vehicles, or other assets
  • Driver's license suspension or revocation
  • Passport denial, revocation or restriction
  • Income tax offsets
  • Certifying debts
  • Suspension or revocation of professional and hunting/fishing licenses
  • Reporting to credit bureaus
  • Non-paying parent may be sent to jail and enter a judgment for past due support.

VERMONT CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT SERVICES

Child Support Vermont Office, 100 Main Street Newport, VT 05855-5543 Phone: (802) 334-3922

Vermont Office Of Child Support 700 Exchange Street # 103 Middlebury, VT 05753-1529 Phone: (802) 388-3146

Vermont Office Of Child Support, Northeast Regional Office 103 S Main Street Waterbury, VT 05671-9800 Phone: (802) 241-2313

Vermont Office Of Child Support, Morrisville District Office 63 Professional Drive # 4 Morrisville, VT 05661-8522 Phone: (802) 888-4291

Child Support Service, 162 N Main Street # 205 Barre, VT 05641-4160 Phone: (802) 479-4204

Child Support Office, 41 Spring Tree Road Brattleboro, VT 05301-9167 Phone: (802) 257-2856

Child Care Support Service, 88 Park Street Rutland, VT 05701-4710 Phone: (802) 773-4365

Child Support Service, 103 S Main Street Waterbury, VT 05671-9800 Phone: (802) 241-2319

Child Support Service, 700 Exchange Street # 103 Middlebury, VT 05753-1529 Phone: (802) 388-3146

Child Support Service, 100 Mineral Street # 202 Springfield, VT 05156-3167 Phone: (802) 885-6212

Child Support Service, 32 Cherry Street # 310 Burlington, VT 05401-7305 Phone: (802) 863-7444

Child Support Service, 88 Merchants Row # 420 Rutland, VT 05701-3449 Phone: (802) 786-5060

Child Support Service, 200 Veterans Memorial Drive # 11 Bennington, VT 05201-1966 Phone: (802) 447-2799


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