Montana Child Support | MT Department of Public Health and Human Services Child Support Enforcement Division (CSED)

The State of Montana Child Support Enforcement Division of the Department of Public Health and Human Services, seeks to ensure that children on divorced, separated or never married parents receive the financial support to which they are entitled. The tools used include online resources, enforcement powers and public dissemination of information about obligations. The CSED has the power to garnish wages, intercept tax refunds and place liens on property of non-paying parents. The CSED can also establish and modify child support orders.

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Montana Child Support Login | Make a Payment

Montana Child Support Login | Make a Payment

The State of Montana provides online access for parents to check the status of their child support account and to make payments online. How to Login Step 1:  Go to this page and enter your social security number and case number to obtain information about your child support account.   How to Enroll Step 1: Go to […]

Montana Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

Montana Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

The Montana Child Support Calculator is a worksheet developed by the Montana judiciary for use by the courts and the Child Support Enforcement Division.  A parent can also use it as a way to estimate how much they may be obligated to pay or receive in child support payments.  But it is just an estimate. […]

Montana Child Support Enforcement

Montana Child Support Enforcement

In order to enforce child support payments in Montana a parent or guardian in Montana may be able to enlist the resources of the Child Support Enforcement Division.  The CSED has the authority to modify, establish and enforce child support orders and can even enforce orders from other states if needed. How to File a Complaint […]

Montana Child Support Laws | Administrative Rules of Montana Title 37, Chapter 62, Subchapter 1

Montana Child Support Laws | Administrative Rules of Montana Title 37, Chapter 62, Subchapter 1

The Montana Child Support Laws set forth the conditions and parameters of establishing child support orders and amounts.  The laws take into account each parent’s income and the amount of costs each spends on child care, education and health insurance.  In addition, the laws take into account the number of children to receive child support.   If […]

Contact Information: Address:  2401 Colonial Drive, First Floor PO Box 202943 Helena, MT 59620-2943 Phone:  (406) 444-6856 (800) 346-5437 Fax: (406) 444-1370

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