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The State of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Office of Child Support assists divorced or separated parents in the financial support of their children. In the event that a parent is missing or paternity has not been determined, the Office of Child Support can assist in locating a parent or establishing paternity. The Office of Child Support can also force a non-paying parent to pay his or her obligation through wage withholding or tax intercept or other means. In addition, the Office of Child Support offers online child support tools where a parent can track a child support account or apply for services or make a payment.
The State of Michigan has online tools for both custodial parents and non-custodial parents to make payments, check child support case status, and check child support balances. In addition, a parent can apply for services online. How to Login Step 1: Go to this page Step 2: Enter your user name and password and click “login” […] Michigan Child Support Login | Make a Payment
The State of Michigan does not have an online formula or worksheet to calculate child support payments, but they do provide a method of calculating if you want to try to estimate what you may owe yourself, or you can fill out a form and send it in to be calculated by the Office of Child […] Michigan Child Support Calculator | Guidelines
In order to enforce child support payments in Michigan, the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Child Support requires that the custodial parent provide as much information as possible about the non-custodial parent as well as existing child support orders. The Office of Child Support may use this information in order to search for a missing […] Michigan Child Support Enforcement
The State of Michigan’s Legislature has enacted the Support and Parenting Time Enforcement Act which sets forth the conditions and parameters for the issuance of a child support order. The statutes take into account the circumstances of the parents including income and costs. In addition the statutes provide for enforcement tools to be used in […] Michigan Child Support Laws | Act 295 Chapter 522
Contact information for Michigan Health and Human Services
Department of Human Services
235 S. Grand Ave.
P.O. Box 30037
Lansing, Michigan 48909
Telephone: 1 (866) 540-0008