A new online option is available for those who need to access child support case information.
- View and print two years of payment history information
- Verify contact information
- Review case-specific details, such as employment history, health insurance and support order information
- Learn about the various ways to make payments and change how you make payments
Click here to create a free account.
Customers will need to provide an email address, 10-digit SETS case number, Social Security number and the last four digits on their e-QuickPay card or direct deposit bank account information.
"I’m pleased to be able to offer our customers another convenient option for accessing their case information, and I applaud the state for making this available," said Summit County Prosecutor Attorney Sherri Bevan Walsh. "Now customers can quickly check their case information without having to make a trip downtown or contact our busy call center, although they can still come in or call if they have a problem."