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Child Support Occupational License Suspension
Occupational license suspension is a tool used to collect child support arrears. The child support office can ask a licensing agency to suspend a parent's occupational license because the parent owes arrears.
The child support office will not suspend a parent's occupational license if any of the following are true:
The child support office will send a Notice of Intent to Suspend to the parent who owes arrears at their last known address.
The parent who owes arrears has 30 days from the date on the notice to contest the suspension. To contest, the parent must send the child support office a written request for a hearing.
If the parent does not take any action to stop the suspension, the child support office will notify the licensing agency to suspend the parent's occupational license.
Minnesota Statutes can be found on the Minnesota Office of Revisor of Statutes Web site.
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