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Ohio Driving Under Suspension Law (DUS)

Child Support Suspensions

Affordable Brief Advice:  $50.00

When a person falls behind on his or her child support payments, the county must suspend all professional, motor vehicle or recreational licenses.

There must be a final and enforceable determination of default.  Ninety days must elapse since that order was put into effect.  In the last ninety days, the person must not have paid at least fifty percent of the total monthly obligation.

Fixing the problem

CSEA (the county Child Support Enforcement Agency) will notify the licensing agency within seven days if the person:

  • Makes full payment
  • On implementing a withholding and deduction notice for both the current and past due amounts.
  •  On implementing a new order that covers the current and past due amounts.
  • The person enters into a contract with CSEA
  • Lastly, the person may pay the total balance for the ninety days prior to the order.

If you need further help, I will quote you my rate to act as your voice to either the courts or the State of Ohio.

Give me a call.  I am here to help you get your license back.



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More than 1 out of 10 Ohio drivers are under suspension

It is estimated that one out of ten Ohio drivers are under suspension.  The Cincinnati Enquirer learned of this by examining records on Ohio drivers and they found twelve percent were suspended.  That compares to six percent  in Kentucky and four percent in Indiana (citation).  That means that over 154,000 drivers are under suspension in Cuyahoga County alone (citation).

In 2009 the state had more than 2.6 million suspensions over 7.35 million drivers.  That's one suspension for every three drivers.  In some counties, like Montgomery County (Dayton, Ohio) the rate is one suspension per two licenses (citation).


Types of Ohio suspensions - click here

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About points - click here