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ALERT: Online case information will be unavailable September 18 20 due to system updates.

Parents: Case Information
Employers: Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
Employers: Report Terminations and Temporary Absences

Parents The automated phone system will have case information available during the system updates. You may access case information on the automated phone system at 1-800-231-4255 or 701-328-5440. A phone authorization code is needed to hear your case specific information. Call either number to get a phone authorization code if you don't already have one.
please adjust your EFT payment schedule, and reporting of terminations and temporary absences as needed.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Child Support Division

What's New

Amendments to the Child Support guidelines will take effect on September 1, 2015. The guidelines calculator has been updated to support the amended guidelines. Go to more information about the guidelines.

Child Support information about the Affordable Care Act and the tax penalty. For additional information visit www.healthcare.gov.

Text message notification is available. To enroll, access your case specific information or contact Child Support for additional information and assistance.

Administrator Sets 2015 Judgment Interest Rate at 6.50% (49.5kb pdf)

Employer Tutorial Online tutorial providing employers with valuable information regarding Child Support and employer requirements.

Case Law Update (May 1, 2013) (61.8kb pdf)

Employers New Hire Reporting Law Changes Effective October 1, 2013 (196.21kb pdf)

The child support Lien Registry was implemented on March 1, 2012.

E-payment is now available. Child Support accepts payment by credit card or debit card.

Parents may receive e-mail notice of payments (113 kb pdf)

For a list of obligors held in contempt of court in North Dakota and a list of criminal nonsupport click here



Little could be accomplished without dedicated parents taking care of their kids with help from employers, clerks of court, the Judiciary, the Legislature, County Social Service Boards, the Department of Human Services Executive office, and dedicated staff.

James Fleming


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