Oklahoma Child Support

Oklahoma child support law provides for child support in cases where parents do not live together, whether they are in the process of a divorce or were never married. Find out how child support is calculated in Oklahoma here, plus how to get child support or change an Oklahoma child support order and more.

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Oklahoma Child Support Garnishment Limits, Exemptions and Protections

While an employer is legally required to enforce a child support withholding order, the employer may not deduct more from the employee’s wages than Oklahoma garnishment law allows. Oklahoma follows federal garnishment limits, which apply at all times, even when the employee is assigned multiple orders for wage garnishment. In these cases, Oklahoma garnishment law mandates that the employer allocate and prioritize the deductions properly.

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Oklahoma Child Support Collections and Fees

After a noncustodial (paying) parent has been assigned a child support order in Oklahoma, any source of hsi or her income or earnings is subject to wage withholding for child support collection. If the employee’s job ends or the employee quits, wage withholding in Oklahoma by the employer does not automatically stop. The employer has the duty to report the termination to the agency that sent the order/notice to withhold within 10 days of the termination.

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Oklahoma Wage Garnishment: Oklahoma Child Support Garnishment

In Oklahoma child support collection is typically accomplished by wage garnishment. After divorce and custody proceedings have concluded and child support collection has been arranged, an order for child support garnishment is often served on the noncustodial parent’s employer. The employer is responsible for enforcing the Oklahoma wage garnishment order by making payment through the Oklahoma Provider website.

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