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Child Support Arrearages

Kentucky Child Support Enforcement has a new website where you can apply for child support services, estimate a child support obligation, make your child support payments, report address changes, upload court orders and other legal documents, verify payment history and past due child support amounts and request updates on ongoing child support actions.

For information about enforcement and collection of child support obligations owed to you, visit the website of the Kentucky Child Support Enforcement Program.


If you live in Jefferson County, Kentucky, and someone owes you back child support, you need to contact:

Child Support Division
Jefferson County Attorney
315 W. Muhammad Ali Boulevard
Louisville, Kentucky  40202
Phone:  502-574-8300
English/Spanish Voice Response System:  (502) 574-8599 Website:  
www.louisvilleky.gov/CountyAttorney/childsupport

The Jefferson County Attorney administers the largest child support division in Kentucky, with approximately 64,000 active case, $77,000,000 annually in collections (one-quarter of the state's total), eight full-time Child Support Detectives to serve those who apply for services.

Services Available from the Jefferson County Attorney's Child Support Division include:

  • Location of non-custodial parents
  • Establishment of paternity
  • Establishment of financial and medical support
  • Enforcement and collection of support payments
  • Enforcement of medical support
  • Review and modification of support orders, which either parent may request