I am an obligor who has overpaid my child support. Can I get the overpayment back from the obligee?
Maybe. Ohio law authorizes an obligee to be submitted to the Ohio Department of Taxation (ODT) Obligee State Tax Offset Program if the obligee received an overpayment of at least $150 when the child support order is terminated. You need to contact your county child support enforcement agency to see if your case qualifies. Please note that an obligee may not be submitted to the ODT Obligee State Tax Offset Program if the child support order is still active. In addition, an obligee may not be submitted for a federal tax offset.
- When do the payments that have been debited from my account get credited to the child support obligors case, and when does the resulting amount get forwarded to the obligee?
- I was overpaid during the 2009/10 financial year. What are the income tax implications if I did not formally acknowledged the overpayment by 30 June 2010?
- Can a child support overpayment judgement be discharged in either through chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy?