Q: My ex husband is asking for the address connected to my bank account in order to transfer funds for the spousal support.
He is abusive and I don't want him have my address. He is withholding the payment until I give him the information. I need that income to make my monthly bills. Can you tell me what my legal options are?
A: If there is a Court order for support he needs to pay through the Court or through the Nebraska Support Payment Center. He does not need your address. Best wishes!
You will need to look at the terms of your order. It would be unusual for your order to require you to provide such information to the other party in order to receive support.
If both child support and spousal support are owed, then the party can pay both through the Nebraska Child Support Payment Center. The website with more info as to how he can pay through the payment center is:
If only spousal support (no child support ordered) is ordered, then he may be able to pay through the Clerk of the Court, depending on the terms of your Order. He may even be able to do so online through the court's online payment system for court-ordered payments. You can look up your case online to see if pay through the Court's online system is an option.
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