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Child Support

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child's drawingThis section has information and resources about a Child Support in Oklahoma.
  • Collecting Child Support

    General information on child support and how to collect child support. Read More

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Child Support Enforcement FAQ's (OCSS)

    Link to the FAQ Section of OK Child Support Services website. Content Detail

    By:
    Oklahoma Department of Human Services
  • Apply for Child Support Collection Help from OK DHS

    Use this form to apply for help from Oklahoma Child Support Services (a division of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services). OCSS can help locate a parent or help get child support that has been court ordered. Content Detail

    By:
    OK DHS Child Support Enforcement
  • Modification of Child Support Q & A

    Q & A on the Modification of Child Support process. Read More

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Motion to Modify Child Support (Administrative Court) (PDF)

    Do you have a child support order from either the District Court or an Administrative Court? If your circumstances or those of the parent who is paying support, have changed, you can ask the court to modify the monthly child support payments. This is a PDF document you can print and fill out the forms by hand. Content Detail

    By:
    Oklahoma Child Support Services
  • Child Support Guidelines Calculator

    This calculator is not legal advice. It will give you a general idea of how much child support may be awarded in your case. But child support in your case will be set by the judge, and will depend on many factors. Content Detail

    By:
    OK Department of Human Services
  • Reinstatement of OK Driver's License suspended

    Was your Oklahoma Drivers licenses suspended because of past due Oklahoma Child Support? This packet will help you with the paperwork. Read More

    By:
    Child Support Services
  • Court Forms (Family Law)

    Court forms published by the Administrative Office of the Courts for use in certain family law cases. Content Detail

    By:
    Oklahoma State Courts Network
  • Access to Child Support Forms - Oklahoma Child Support Services

    Find official forms from the Oklahoma Child Support Services Content Detail

    By:
    OKDHS - Oklahoma Child Support Services
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Motion to Modify Child Support in District Court (PDF)

    Do you have a child support order from either the District Court or an Administrative Court? If your circumstances or those of the parent who is paying support, have changed, you can ask the court to modify the monthly child support payments. This is a PDF document you can print and fill out the forms by hand. Content Detail

    By:
    Child Support Services
  • OK DHS Request for Address of Record

    Use this form if you are a custodial person (CP), noncustodial parent (NCP), the attorney for either, or an authorized person, to request the custodial person's or the noncustodial parent's address of record. Read More

    By:
    Oklahoma Child Support Services
  • You're 18 Now - It's Your Responsibility

    When you had your 18th birthday, you became an adult by law. This information is to help you understand your rights and responsibilities as an adult. Content Detail

    By:
    Oklahoma Bar Association
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    Spanish / Español
  • Court Forms - Tulsa County District Court

    Domestic Relations/Family Law Court forms for Tulsa County District Court Content Detail

    By:
    Tulsa County District Court
  • Families in Transition

    Families in Transition is a program of the Tulsa County District Court designed to minimize conflict and promote the well-being of children during the Divorce or Dissolution of Marriage process and thereafter. This web site explains the role of the Conferencing Judge, the Parenting Plan process, rules for Mediation, the Family Assessment Procedures and the role of the Parent Coordinator, should one be appointed and many other valuable resources for families during the dissolution or divorce process. Content Detail

    By:
    Tulsa County District Court
  • Income Assignment Forms

    This form tells employers and others to withhold child support payments from the noncustodial parent's wages. Fill out the form online. Then print it and mail it to the address listed on the form. Print a copy for your records. Read More

    By:
    OK Department of Human Services CSEU