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Obligee Responsibilities


(Party receiving support)
IT’S YOUR SUPPORT ORDER BE AN ACTIVE PARTICIPANT



  • Inform OCSS of any changes in your or the Obligor’s address, phone number, and/or employment status, etc.
  • Inform OCSS of any of the following reasons why an order should terminate including, but not limited to: emancipation of the child, death of any party (child, Obligor or Obligee), permanent disability of the Obligor, any party becomes incarcerated, child on order is placed in the custody of Ohio Department of Youth Services (ODYS) or Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and/or child becomes eligible as a dependant of Obligor for income through Social Security or Veterans’ Benefits.
  • Provide OCSS with supporting documents to complete emancipation process such as: copy of high school diploma or withdrawal letter from school when the child reaches age 18, proof of enlistment in the armed forces, court orders showing change in legal custody or adoption of the child, and/or certificate showing marriage of the child.
  • Enroll the child in health insurance plan if you are ordered to provide medical coverage for the child by the court/OCSS.
  • Provide OCSS with all copies of court/administrative orders which may affect your Support Order including but not limited to, changes in custody or Support Order amount.
  • You may be required to repay excess money received as you are not entitled to any overpayments which you may have received in surplus of your court/administrative order.
  • Keep any and all records pertaining to your Support Order. Additional copies of your court orders may cost money to obtain.
  • When OCSS requests that you provide documents you are required to submit them by the stated deadline determined in the child support notice received.
  • Contact OCSS to report any problems or issues arising on your support case (example: Arrears paid in full, spousal support obligation to end).

Become educated about your support order. You are ultimately accountable for your order. Know your rights and responsibilities and exercise them.