Nevada Child Support | NV Department of Health and Human Services Division of Welfare and Supportive Services (DWSS)

The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services Division of Welfare and Supportive Services exists to assist divorced or separated parents with making sure their children receive the financial support from each parent that they are due. The Division can assist with enforcing existing child support orders or locating a parent who can’t be found. In addition the Division can assist with establishing paternity and helping establish a new child support order or helping to modify an existing order.

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Nevada Child Support Login | Make a Payment

Nevada Child Support Login | Make a Payment

The State of Nevada does not as of yet provide online services for custodial parents.  However, as a parent who pays child support, you can pay for your child support online. How to Login Step 1: Go to this page and read the disclaimers and click “pay Child Support Online”   Step 2:  You will be […]

Nevada Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

Nevada Child Support Calculator | Guidelines

The Nevada child support calculator, is based on a formula that allows parents, whether they are custodial or non-custodial, the ability to estimate how much child support payments might be. Some of the factors considered in the calculation include each parent’s income and certain expenses including child support paid on behalf of other children.  The amount you […]

Nevada Child Support Enforcement

Nevada Child Support Enforcement

In order to enforce child support payments in Nevada, a parent who is not receiving payments due from the other parent may be able to contact the Department of Health and Human Services Division of Welfare and Supportive Services. The agency may be able to contact the other parent and, if necessary, take enforcement action such as automatic paycheck withdrawals, […]

Nevada Child Support Laws | Chapter 125B Nevada Revised Statutes

Nevada Child Support Laws | Chapter 125B Nevada Revised Statutes

The Nevada child support laws provide that each parent has an obligation to financially support their children.  In addition, if the parents are separated, the parent with custody may seek to obtain support for the children from the parent not living with the children. The Nevada laws provide for guidelines based on a parent’s income […]

Contact Information: Address: Child Support Enforcement Program 1470 College Parkway Carson City, Nevada 89706-7924 Phone: Office: (775) 684-0705 Fax: (775) 684-0702

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