Are you from Florida and have issues such as ordering official records, paying traffic tickets and child support, MyFloridaCounty is the site to visit for that matter., which is the official Web site for the local government services and information in Florida, now provides online service that allows the non-custodial parents and employers to make their child support payments either with a credit card or electronic check.

Parents can simply type in their child-support case number and their Social Security number to check and obtain status details of the five most recent child support payments and status information is updated each weeknight.

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You can now avoid waiting in line and pay with secure mode of transaction.

MyFloridaCounty Child Support

How to Pay using

You can easily access three different government services using the website. Follow the below steps provided to access the services provided easily.

Child Support

  • Visit
  • Select the Pay Child Support option.
  • Create an account by providing details such as- personal information, billing details, company details, etc
  • Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the payment process.
  • Once you make the transaction, you will receive the payment confirmation.

Pay Traffic Ticket

  • Visit
  • Click on the Pay traffic ticket option.
  • Enter the citation number, license number, and date of birth.
  • Follow the on-screen instruction and complete the transaction process.

Official Records

  • Visit
  • Click on the Official Records option.
  • Enter the party name, location, document type, date range, and precise search.
  • Click on the search button.
  • On the next page, it will show the documents.
  • Review the document and confirm it.
  • Fill up the card details and enter the on-screen instruction for payment.
  • Complete the transaction process.

Pay by mail:

Mail payments to the Florida State Disbursement:

Florida State Disbursement Unit
P.O. Box 8500
Tallahassee, Florida 32314-8500

Print the following information on your payment to avoid processing delays:

  • Your name
  • The other parent’s name
  • The court case number or child support case number*
  • The county name where the order was issued*
  • If payment is for more than one case, attach a detailed breakdown of the payments intended for each case.

*If you do not know your court case number, child support case number, or the county where the court order was issued, contact Florida State Disbursement Unit Customer Service at 1-877-769-0251. is a website by the Florida Local Government Internet Consortium, which includes Florida clerks of court and Florida Tax Collectors, in partnership with the Florida Association of Court Clerks Services Group and electronic-government firm NIC.

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