The Child Support Enforcement Division of the Department of Revenue, in cooperation with the State of Florida Disbursement Unit (SDU), acts as the central depository for receiving, recording, reporting, monitoring and disbursing alimony and child support payments, in accordance with Florida Statutes, Section 61.181.
Automated Child Support Payment information may be obtained by contacting the State of Florida Disbursement Unit in Tallahassee at (877)769-0251. Clients must have their nine-digit case number and Social Security Number ready. This will give the amount that was disbursed and the date of disbursement. If the Social Security Number of the absent parent is used, information regarding the balance due is available as well.
The Child Support Enforcement (CSE) division assists custodial parents (whether married, separated, divorced, or unmarried) with the location of non-custodial parents. The CSE division assists with the establishment of paternity and/or a child support order, and enforcement of child support obligations even if the non-custodial parent resides in another state other than Florida or lives in a foreign country.
To contact the Child Support Enforcement in Tallahassee, Florida; please call toll free (800)622-5437.
These self-help packets are for people who wish to represent themselves in the following civil proceedings. These packets are available for purchase in the Family Law Division at 533 E 11th Street (Call 873-7182 for packet price and availability) or from Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure.
When you connect with the Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure site, you will scroll down until you see “Representing Yourself” and the click on “Family Law Forms”.
Call 873-7182 for packet price and availability
- Modification of Child Support
- Modification of Child Custody
- Contempt of Child Support
- Contempt of Visitation