How can a lender verify alimony or child support income?

I want to be able to use my alimony payments and child support to verify my income for a car loan. What documentation do I need to provide to the lender?

“When a lender asks for child support or alimony verification, they usually want to see that the support will continue for at least three years. They will typically request documents such as your divorce decree or separation agreement. You may also be able to provide documentation such as canceled checks, deposit slips, tax returns, or court records to provide that payments have been received.
To ensure you find the best car loan, you can check your credit score and shop around different lenders for the best rates.
Sophie Newman
Answered on Aug 04, 2021
Sophie Newman is a writer from California. Her hobbies include brewing her own kombucha, riding horses, and taking long road trips.

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