MyFloridaCounty is a program that provides statewide information and services related to local and state government. In the past 10 years, the Florida Association of Court Clerks Services Group has been maintaining and operating the website with a team of dedicated staffs in Tallahassee. The Court Clerks served as the public trustee for the county was established by the Constitution of 1838. The staffs are responsible in maintaining the website, processing payments, answering clients’ queries, troubleshooting individual payments with customers, and providing long term support and improvements to the website. Currently, the website enables visitors to pay child support and traffic tickets. It is also used to order official records across counties all in one place.
Paying For Child Support Getting Easier
Adopting the electronic commerce over the internet, MyFloridaCounty is an easy-to-use and cost-efficient way to complete transactions which are normally be handled either through the Clerks’ walk-in counter or mailroom. Child support payment is obtained through a Judicial Court Order or an Administrative Order and the money is paid from one parent to the other for the benefit of their children. Via MyFloridaCounty, you can choose to submit a Child Support payment via credit card or debit card where a service fee of 3.5 per cent will be charged. You will then receive an instant verification by Florida state dispersal unit confirming your payment. You can create an account, but not compulsory, when doing a Child Support payment which enable you to track your payment over time.
How to Pay for Child Support in Florida
Step A: Create an account at the website. – www.myfloridacounty.com
Step B: Fill in your personal and billing information.
Step C: Select your case – either by Depository Number or Uniform Case Number.
Step D: Choose your country and key in your case number.
Step E: Follow the step-by-step instruction until your payment is completed.
Step F: If you encounter any problem, contact the website directly at 877 326 8689 or via www.myfloridacounty.com/contactus