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INCOME WITHHOLDING ORDER / INITIATION

How do I get the Income Withholding Order mailed to the new employer?

INCOME WITHHOLDING ORDER / CHANGE OF EMPLOYER

How do I change the employer information with the court?

You will need to provide in writing the case number, obligor’s name, employer’s name and payroll address. Date and sign the written notice and fax to (602) 506-1937 or mail to Clerk of Superior Court, Family Support Services Finance, 201 W. Jefferson, 1st Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85003.

INCOME WITHHOLDING ORDER / STOP OR MODIFY

How do I stop the Income Withholding Order?

You may file a Request to Stop an Income Withholding Order. You may wish to seek legal advice from an attorney or you can obtain the forms from the Self-Service Center. If your case is IV-D. you should contact DCSE, (602) 252-4045, and request that the Income Withholding Order be stopped.

My child is 18 and has graduated from high school, the child support payments were to stop, but they are still taking money out of my check. What can I do?

You may file a Request to Stop an Income Withholding Order. You may wish to seek legal advice from an attorney or you can obtain the forms from the Self-Service Center. If your case is IV-D. you should contact DCSE, (602) 252-4045, and request that the Income Withholding Order be stopped.

Does the Income Withholding Order stop automatically upon emancipation or full payment of arrears/judgment?

Income Withholding Orders, that are issued by the Court, now contain a presumptive termination date which the employer stops withholding on that date as long as there is no payment on arrears included on the order. If there is a payment on arrears or your Income Withholding Order does not include a presumptive terminate date, you must initiate an action to stop the Income Withholding Order by filing a Request to Stop an Income Withholding Order. You may wish to seek legal advice from an attorney or you can obtain the forms from the Self Service Center. If your case is IVD, you should contact DCSE (602) 252-4045, and request that the Income Withholding Order be stopped.

How much does it cost to file a Request to Stop the Income Withholding Order?

A minimum of $84.00. If the party is the respondent in the action and this is their first appearance in the case they may also owe the appearance fee.

The Income Withholding Order is for current support and arrears payments. The arrears have been paid. How do I modify the Income Withholding Order for current support only?

You may file a Request to Adjust/Modify an Income Withholding Order. You may wish to seek legal advice from an attorney or you can obtain the forms from the Self-Service Center. If your case is IV-D. you should contact DCSE, (602) 252-4045, and request that the Income Withholding Order be modified.

The Income Withholding Order is for current support and arrearage payments. The current support is no longer owing. How do I

modify the Income Withholding Order for arrears payments only?

You may file a Request to Adjust/Modify an Income Withholding Order. You may wish to seek legal advice from an attorney or you can obtain the forms from the Self-Service Center. If your case is IV-D. you should contact DCSE, (602) 252-4045, and request that the Income Withholding Order be modified.

How much does it cost to file a Request to Modify the Income Withholding Order?

A minimum of $84.00. If the party is the respondent in the action and this is their first appearance in the case they may also owe the appearance fee.

INCOME WITHHOLDING ORDER / EMPLOYER INFORMATION

What if I do not withhold the money or send the payment to the Clearinghouse?

Pursuant to the Arizona Revised Statute §25-504, an employer or payor who fails without good cause to comply with the terms of an Income Withholding Order is liable for amounts not paid to the Clerk or Support Payment Clearinghouse pursuant to the Income Withholding Order and reasonable attorney fees, costs and other expenses incurred in procuring compliance and may be subject to contempt.

The employee just came back to work after being gone for 2 weeks. Do I have to catch up on payments for the time that he did not work?

If the employee did not receive a wage during this separation, no withholding is appropriated although the employee/obligor remains responsible for the payments.

The employee had quit and a month later came back to work. Do I have to honor the Income Withholding Order I received when he was here previously?

You may wish to seek legal advice from an attorney. The Arizona Revised Statute §25-504 reads that if within 90 days of the last payment, the employer or other payor reemploys the obligor or becomes obligated to pay the obligor the employer or payor is again bound by the Income Withholding Order.

I just received the Income Withholding Order for a new employee. The employee said the $60.00 yearly support handling fee was mailed by his previous employer. Do I still have to mail the fee?

You may wish to seek legal advice from an attorney. The Arizona Revised Statute §25-504 reads that an employer or other payor who has received an Income Withholding Order shall withhold the amount specified in the Income Withholding Order, together with the handling fee. Arizona Revised Statute §25-510 requires a monthly fee of $5.00 for the cost of handling support and maintenance payments.

Should I withhold support from severance pay?

You may wish to seek legal counsel from an attorney for an interpretation of the court order. Our office cannot interpret the court order.

I received an Income Withholding Order signed by the Judge/Clerk. When do I start withholding payments?

No later than 14 days after receipt of an Income Withholding Order but may begin withholding sooner if a payment to the employee/obligor is due sooner.

I received an Ex Parte (Without Notice) Income Withholding Order. When do I start withholding payments?

Source: www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov

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