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Thank you for your follow-up, Stephanie.What you were told is simply innacurate, if there are funds that were supposed to go to you, then you are entitled to them, not the state. I am assuming that you called the Oregon Child Support Program at(NNN) NNN-NNNNto obtain answers, if that was not the number, consider trying the number that I have provided. I would strongly suggest that you consider visiting them in person, so that you can obtain records directly and in-person and so that the local supervisors can do a full record check for this information. They would be the ones who would be able to tell you whether or not the information exists, and whether or not a balance is owed to you, which if it is, would permit you to update your records with them and demand a payout. Here is a list of their locations, I would very strongly suggest you attempt to visit them as quickly as possible:http://oregonchildsupport.gov/offices/pages/index.aspxGood luck.