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November 18, 2017
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Modify an Order

You may request that your order be reviewed for a modification.  If your order is over three years old it will qualify for an automatic review, however, if your order is under three years old you will need to prove a change of circumstances since the time of your last order.  For example, you lost your job and your income has changed,  you have another new child, or a custody change. You can obtain a request for modification form directly from our office or by visiting the CSP website forms at http://www.oregonchildsupport.gov/forms/pages/index.aspx.  Due to the many steps involved in the modification process, including whether a hearing is requested and other issues that may arise, a final modification order may take three to six months.

 A modification to zero can also be done when a non-custodial parent requests a modification due to their incarceration of six months or longer.  When requested a child support order is modified for the duration of incarceration and reinstated sixty one days following release from prison.

 Another modification, called a suspension is automatically done when we become aware that a non-custodial parent is receiving cash public assistance or SSI benefits.  Only when those benefits end can an order be reinstated for current billing and active enforcement.

Modify an Order

You may request that your order be reviewed for a modification.  If your order is over three years old it will qualify for an automatic review, however, if your order is under three years old you will need to prove a change of circumstances since the time of your last order.  For example, you lost your job and your income has changed,  you have another new child, or a custody change. You can obtain a request for modification form directly from our office or by visiting the CSP website forms at http://www.oregonchildsupport.gov/forms/pages/index.aspx.  Due to the many steps involved in the modification process, including whether a hearing is requested and other issues that may arise, a final modification order may take three to six months.

 A modification to zero can also be done when a non-custodial parent requests a modification due to their incarceration of six months or longer.  When requested a child support order is modified for the duration of incarceration and reinstated sixty one days following release from prison.

 Another modification, called a suspension is automatically done when we become aware that a non-custodial parent is receiving cash public assistance or SSI benefits.  Only when those benefits end can an order be reinstated for current billing and active enforcement.