Visit Money Services to pay Arkansas child support while shopping for groceries at your local Kroger store.
For an easy way to pay Arkansas child support, visit a Money Services payment center near you today. Located in Kroger stores, we’re open evenings and weekends for your convenience.
You can pay child support by cash or debit card at Money Services. To stay in control of your payments, use our handy store locator to find your nearest Money Services today.
Child support in the state is paid until a child is 18, unless the child is still in high school, in which case it’s 19. If you live in another state, Arkansas child support laws may apply if the custodial parent and child live in Arkansas. Money Services can send payments between states if this is the case for you.
To make a payment, visit your local Money Services payment center. You can pay by cash or debit card. You’ll need to bring the custodial parent’s details, including a case ID number and cause, docket number or participant ID, as well as the Arkansas receive code: 14650.
Making an Arkansas Child Support payment with Money Services
Money Services provides an easy and convenient way to pay Arkansas Child Support bills.
It saves time
- Pay at a time that suits you, with our convenient evening and weekend opening hours
- Pay while you shop for groceries in a Kroger store
It saves you money
- Paying in person puts you in control, avoiding delays and penalties
- Paying in store means there’s no need to pay mailing fees
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Arkansas Child Support Contact & Assistance
Our friendly in-store associates are on hand to answer your questions about paying child support in Arkansas. If you need more information, or you’re unable to make your payments, contact Arkansas Child Support directly.
Arkansas Child Support help: For assistance with your Arkansas Child Support, contact your local county office, or call 501-682-8398.
About Arkansas Child Support
Arkansas Child Support is administered by the Office of Child Support Enforcement, a division of the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration. It aims to work with parents and guardians to arrange financial support for children in the state.
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