- Incarcerated individuals who are not serving time for a crime committed against the child or parent who is owed child support.
- Incarcerated on 11/1/21
- Has an Oklahoma Child Support Order
- Incarcerated for at least 181 days
- Who does not have the ability to pay
Incarceration Order Abatement FAQs
Starting 11/1/21 parents who owe child support may have their child support obligation stopped during their incarceration.
Child Support Services Incarceration Order Abatement
- It means that during the time of incarceration, child support will not be owed each month.
- Any child support owed prior to incarceration is still owed.
- Yes, this applies to all child support orders in Oklahoma regardless of case status with DHS.
- If a person is incarcerated on 11/1/21 the abatement will go back to the 1 st day of the month following incarceration.
- 90 days following release