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General contact information is available below for the Alabama Central Disbursement Division (ACDD) and Pike County's DHR center.


Alabama Child Support Payment

Center

Department of Human Resources

ACSPC
P.O. Box 244015
Montgomery, AL 36124

Phone: 1-800-284-4347
Website:  www.dhr.state.al.us

DHR
717 S. Three Notch St.
TROY, AL  36081
Phone: (334) 807-6120

 

 


   Once a Child Support case is filed, it takes an average of 1-2 weeks to be processed. It is given a case number, assigned a court date and issued for service on the defendant. The defendant must be served the paperwork before the case can proceed. Both parties will need to bring documents and be prepared to give testimony to back up your side of the case.

   If you are being represented by the Department of Human Resources, you will need to stay in contact with your case worker regarding your case. All notices regarding your case will be mailed to your case worker. If you are represented by a private attorney, you will need to stay in contact with him/her regarding your case. By law, we cannot give legal advice. If you need an attorney, you can contact one of the organizations listed.

   To change your address for child support payments, you must complete and mail a Change of Address form.(Change of Address and/or Name).We do not accept this information by phone.

   To notify the court of a change of employment, please complete and return to the Clerk's Office a Change of Employment form (A Notice of Change in Defendant's Employment and Request for Service). Please include a physical address of the employer.  The cost is $10 to file this form and have it issued.

  If all children in the court order have reached the age of majority (19), you can terminate the Income Withholding Order for Child Support, if no arrearage is owed. Complete and return to the Clerk's Office a Motion to Terminate the Income Withholding Order (Affidavit for Termination of Withholding Order for Support). Once the Judge has signed the order to terminate, the employer will be notified to stop deductions.  Along with the attached form, you will need to send a money order for $28.

Required Child Support Forms