New Mexico Child Support | Human Services Department Child Support Enforcement Division

The New Mexico Child Support Enforcement Division of the Human Services Department helps to ensure that divorced, separated or never married parents financially support their children. They do this by enforcing existing child support orders, assisting with child support applications and establishing paternity. Certain tools can be used to enforce orders including wage withholding, liens and tax intercepts.

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New Mexico Child Support Login | Make a Payment

New Mexico Child Support Login | Make a Payment

The State of New Mexico has interactive online services for both custodial and non-custodial parents to be able to check their child support accounts. How to Login Step 1: Go to this page and click “sign in”     Step 2:  You will be brought to this page where you enter your User ID and […]

New Mexico Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

New Mexico Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

The New Mexico child support calculator is an online interactive estimation of potential child support payments. New Mexico also has a manual worksheet which you can use to calculate amounts yourself. Keep in mind that these calculations result in an estimate only  – the actual amount may vary. How to Calculate: Step 1: Go to this site and […]

New Mexico Child Support Enforcement

New Mexico Child Support Enforcement

In order to enforce child support payments in New Mexico a parent can contact the Child Support Enforcement Division for assistance. CSED may be able to help in locating a non-paying parent and implementing enforcement action in order to recover arrears. How to File a Complaint In New Mexico, a parent is obligated to pay child support […]

New Mexico Child Support Laws | New Mexico Statutes Annotated 40-4-11.1

New Mexico Child Support Laws | New Mexico Statutes Annotated 40-4-11.1

In New Mexico, the child support laws and guidelines set forth the parameters for establishing and implementing a child support order.  Factors used by the courts and CSED include the incomes of each parent, expenses such as health care and child care and other considerations.  Both parents are expected to contribute to the financial support of […]

Contact the Child Support Enforcement Division In State: (800) 288-7207 Out of State: (800) 585-7631 Quick Payment Answers 24/7: (800) 759-KIDS (5437) Email: Child.Support@state.nm.us Mail Payments: State Disbursement Unit Child Support Enforcement Division PO Box 25109 Albuquerque, NM 87125

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