April 05, 2011
West Virginia Mandates Electronic Child Support Payments
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West Virginia Governor Earl Ray TomblinWest Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin recently signed HR 3134, which among other things, requires employers with more than fifty employees to submit the support withheld via electronic means in a manner prescribed by the Bureau for Child Support enforcement.

Other Child Support Changes Implemented

In addition to the requirement of electronic payments by certain employers, HR 3134 also made the following changes:

  • Lowered the accrued interest rate;
  • Required employers to provide information as to the issuance of a bonus to the Bureau for Child Support Enforcement;
  • Extended the time parties may agree to for payment of arrearages under a payment plan from twenty-four to sixty months; and
  • Made various technical corrections.

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