Child Support Case Information - New Jersey
The CSA may request that the State or Federal government intercept the obligor's tax refund to recover
past-due support owed to you or to the State. Regulations of the Tax Offset Program require that:
Intercepted tax refunds be used to pay-off debts owed to the State for public assistance before past-
due support owed to your child(ren).
If the tax refund involves a joint return, the money may not be distributed for six months; and
If the obligor and the obligor's spouse file a joint return, the spouse may file an amended tax return requesting a share
of the tax refund of up to six years after it was filed. If the IRS determines that the spouse is due a share of the refund
that you received, you must reimburse the State for the amount owed the spouse. The CSA may adjust future support
payments to recoup this amount.
Child Support Case Information - New Jersey PDF
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