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Payment options are listed on the Minnesota Department of Human Services website.
You can find payment information on your case at the Minnesota Child Support Online system.
There are a number of reasons for a delay in payment:1) The non custodial parent may have switched jobs;2) The non custodial parent may not have worked the prior week and there is no money for the payor of funds to send in to the state of MN Child Support Payment Center;3) There are many other reasons that may require our office to contact the payor of the funds.
This is private data and cannot be shared.
You can sign up by registering at the Child Support Direct Deposit Website.
You may consult a private attorney for legal advice. (This child support office does not have authority in this area.)
Families not receiving public assistance must apply for services and pay a cost recovery fee of 2% from the amount of support collected. (For example, if the child support agency collects $150 per month, your fee is $3. The amount sent to you is $147.)