Unless directed otherwise, all child support and alimony payment must be sent directly to the Florida State Disbursement Unit (FLSDU). The Clerk's Office is responsible for initially setting up child support cases and maintaining records of payments submitted through the State Disbursement Unit.
Child Support Information, Forms and Payment Methods:
Pay Child Support
Pay your child support at the Department of Revenue's webpageLink to page
Payment History and Statements
View this page to see the different options for obtaining payment history or payoff statmentsLink to page
Request a Name or Address Change
Information on what to do when your legal name or address changesLink to page
Request Direct Deposit Form
Click here to obtain a copy of the direct deposit form.Link to page
Information on when child support payments become delinquentLink to page
- Where do I obtain Florida child support arrearage information regarding workers' compensation claimants?
- What is child support?
- Who is the obligor?
- Who is the obligee?
- What is the Florida State Disbursement Unit (SDU)?
- What is an Income Deduction Order/Income Withholding Order (IDO/IWO) (Florida Statute 61.1301)?
- When will my employer start making payments through the SDU?
- How do I get help when I am not receiving court ordered child support?
- How to enforce Child Support payments?
- What are methods of payment?
- What if I have a payment inquiry?
- How can I file a payment reduction or increase?
- How can I get credit for child support payments made directly to the recipient?
- How can I have my payment deposited into my bank account?