Visit Money Services to pay your Virginia child support while shopping for groceries at your local Kroger store.
For an easy way to make Virginia child support payments, visit a Money Services payment center at your local Kroger store. We’re open evenings and weekends, for your convenience. Money Services allows you to make payments in person – by cash or debit card. Use our store locator to find your nearest Money Services today.
Virginia child support is paid until the child reaches the age of 18, although in some cases, this may extend to 19. Payments need to be arranged at least five business days before the due date. This can take longer if you live outside Virginia and wish to pay child support, so allow plenty of time to avoid penalties.
In Virginia, making regular monthly payments can earn you a 5% reduction in child support fees.
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Then complete your transaction in store
Just follow our quick and easy step by step process
Pay in store with cash or a debit card
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- Step 1 Gather the bills you need to pay or the receiver information needed for your money transfer
- Step 2 Select your most convenient Money Services location
- Step 3 Fill in your details
- Step 4 Bring your filled out bill stub, cash or debit card, ID, and your MSX barcode to your selected location
Making a Virginia Child Support payment with Money Services
Money Services provides an easy and convenient way to make Virginia Child Support payments.
It saves time
- We’re open evenings and weekends so you can pay at a time that suits you
- Make your child support payment while you shop for groceries
It saves you money
- Paying in person puts you in control, so you can avoid delays and penalties
- Avoid mailing fees by paying in store
HOW TO PAY YOUR VIRGINIA CHILD SUPPORT
To make a Virginia Child Support payment, check your latest statement to see how much you owe and bring along payment to cover this, plus the fee. At Money Services you can pay by cash or debit card. You’ll need a case ID number and cause, or docket number and participant ID, as well as the Virginia receive code: 14683. You should also bring along the custodial parent’s details.
Virginia Child Support Contact & Assistance
Friendly Kroger store associates will answer your questions about paying child and medical support in Virginia. If you need more information, or can’t make your latest payment, contact Virginia Child Support directly.
Virginia Child Support help: For assistance with your Virginia Child Support, call (800) 468-8894
About Virginia Child Support
Virginia Child Support is run by the Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) which is part of the Virginia Department of Social Services.
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