Common Questions About the Child Support Benefit Plan
"How can I collect on my child support benefits if I quit my job?"
Unfortunately, you are not eligible for Child Support Benefit Plan to pay out, if you are jobless as a result of mandatory retirement, resignation, or are dismissed as a result of misconduct or criminal activities.
Note: You must be employed 6 months prior to enrolling into the Child Support Benefit Plan.
"Can I purchase this Child Support Benefit Plan if I'm self-employed?"
If you are self-employed or own more than 10% of the company that employs you then typically you are not eligible for the
this type of plan.
"When does my Child Support Benefit Plan start making payments?”
30 days after you have been laid off or terminated your benefits will begin.
“Will I be receiving the payments from my child support insurance?"
Payments will be paid directly to the child support enforcement.
“Does my Benefit Plan cover arrears child support?”
Unfortunately, arrears are not covered.
Child support Benefit Plan (CSBP) only covers future child support obligation payments.