By , Mount Vernon News
July 16, 2010, 11:08 am

COLUMBUS — Child support owed to many Ohio children can sit in the accounts of the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services for months before it is distributed to families, if it has been collected through an offset of federal income tax refund.

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One Response to “Some child support payments sit for months”

  1. Amanda Strouse

    I am one of the women whom has the right to file injured spouse and i beleive it is a good law. My husbands ex shouldn’t get what i work for through the year when i dont have responsibilities to the child. (as far as paying child support goes) There are some women that don’t find out about the injured spouse form until later so i beleive that they need that time!