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The Nebraska Child Support Payment Center will notify the County Attorney's Office of any delinquent child support cases. The County Attorney may:
The County Attorney may also prosecute you for contempt of court for failing to obey the court's order. In addition, administrative procedures may begin to suspend your driver's, professional, or occupational licenses.
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Do not pay your child support directly to the recipient. The State's accounting method will not give you credit for payments made directly to the custodial parent (absent additional voluntary steps being taken by the recipient). For more information on where and how to make your child support payments, visit the website of the Nebraska Child Support Payment Center.
Payments are due on the first day of each month. The payment is overdue and delinquent on the second day of each month. Interest will be charged daily on any delinquent amount after 30 days.
You may arrange income withholding (like a payroll deduction) to ensure that your child support is automatically paid by your employer. With income withholding, your child support is paid when due and on a regular basis.
If you desire income withholding, please contact the Lancaster County Attorney's office, Child Support Division at 402-441-8208, to obtain the necessary forms.
If you move from the State of Nebraska, continue to make your child support payments. If your address changes or you move from the State of Nebraska, notify the Clerk of the District Court at 402-441-7328, of your new address immediately. Always keep the court advised of your whereabouts.