Idaho Child Support | ID Department of Health and Welfare Child Support Services

In the State of Idaho, the Department of Health and Welfare oversees Idaho’s child support services. The Department of Health and Welfare helps divorced and separated parents to financially support their children through enforcing or modifying existing child support orders, establishing new child support orders and collecting and distributing child support payments. Child support services follows the Idaho Child Support Guidelines to establish the amount of child support owed by a parent.

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Idaho Child Support Login | Make a Payment

Idaho Child Support Login  | Make a Payment

In Idaho, you can create an online account to update your information and access your account information. How to Login Step 1: Go to this website and click “login”. Step 2:  You will be brought to this webpage   Step 3: Enter your user name and password and click “log in” If you forgot your user name, click […]

Idaho Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

Idaho Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

The Idaho Child Support calculator is based on the Idaho Child Support Guidelines. The Guidelines set forth the method of calculating child support requirements for each child and they are based on a number of factors including each parent’s income, costs and other adjustments. The amount you come up with using these guidelines is an […]

Idaho Child Support Enforcement

Idaho Child Support Enforcement

In order to enforce child support payments in Idaho, a parent or caretaker may contact the Department of Health and Welfare Child Support Services and fill out an application. How to File a Complaint In Idaho, in order to obtain enforcement services, you must fill out an application, provide a $25 non-refundable check or money order […]

Idaho Child Support Laws | Idaho Rules of Family Law Procedure Rule 126

Idaho Child Support Laws | Idaho Rules of Family Law Procedure Rule 126

In Idaho, the Rules of Family Law Procedure set forth the guidelines for child support orders.  The guidelines take into account factors that effect the standard of living of the children including the income of the parents, the costs of child care and education expenses and health insurance coverage.  The guidelines are used by Child Support […]

Department of Health and Welfare Child Support Services

Address: Idaho Child Support Receipting Services, P.O. Box 70008, Boise, Idaho 83707-0108

E-Mailidcustomerservice@smimail.net 

Fax: 1(855) 349-2408

Phone: 1(800) 356-9868

Website: https://mychildsupport.idaho.gov/

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