With Money Services you can make a Georgia child support payment while you shop for groceries at Kroger.
It’s easy to make a Georgia child or medical support payment at your local Money Services payment center. Located in Kroger stores, we’re open evenings and weekends – so you can make your payments while you collect your groceries. You can pay in person by cash or debit card. Use our store locator to find your nearest Money Services payment center today.
If you live in another state and want to pay a Georgia child support bill, you should follow the same process – as long as your support order has been set up and both parents are happy with the arrangement. Georgia child support is paid until the age of 18, although this can stretch to 20 if the child is still at high school.
Check your Georgia child support payment status to see how much you should pay. Then bring along enough money for the payment plus fees. You’ll also need to bring the case ID/number and cause, docket number or Participant ID, along with the Georgia Receive Code: 14655. You can pay Georgia Child Support and fees by cash or debit card.
Making a Georgia Child Support payment with Money Services
Use Money Services for an easy and convenient way to make Georgia Child Support payments.
It saves time
- Evening and weekend opening hours make it even easier to pay
- Pay while shopping for groceries at a Money Services payment center in your local Kroger store
It saves you money
- We’ve got discounts and promotions to download to your Shopper’s Card
- Pay in person to avoid mailing fees
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Georgia Child Support Contact & Assistance
Our friendly in store associates can answer your questions about paying child support in Georgia. If they can’t help, or you’re unable to pay child support, contact Georgia Child Support directly.
Georgia Child Support help: https://services.georgia.gov/dhr/cspp/do/Logon or call 1-844-694-2347.
About Georgia Child Support
Georgia Child Support is part of the Georgia Department of Human Services. Its team aims to improve the wellbeing of children, assisting with access to financial.
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