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Child Support ezDocs
Child Support ezDocs is an interactive web tool developed to help Minnesota child support participants:
Using Child Support ezDocs
To use Child Support ezDocs, you must have an open child support case in a Minnesota county. You should have access to important information about your case(s), income, health care coverage, and child care expense, before using this web tool. In order to use this web tool you must call to obtain a password. The final decision about whether to change an order is made by the court.
Child Support ezDocs interacts with the Minnesota child support case information system. Some information from your child support case may display.
What do you need to complete your forms?
Before you start your forms on Child Support ezDocs, you should have easy access to:
What you need to obtain a password
You will need to provide your 10-digit participant number and the last 6 digits of your Social Security Number (SSN).
If you do not know your 10-digit participant number, but can provide your name, full date of birth and SSN, the Child Support Enforcement Division (CSED) will provide your 10-digit participant number and a password. If you do not know your 10-digit participant number or SSN, CSED cannot verify who you are.
NOTE: If you do not know your 10-digit participant number or SSN, call your Child Support Officer (CSO) before contacting the CSED (County child support phone numbers and addresses).
Call CSED at (651) 431-4400, option 4 and ask for a password to use Child Support ezDocs. You can only use this password to log into Child Support ezDocs. If you lose your password, you will need to call for another one.
Logging in to Child Support ezDocs
What if the online financial statement or pro se forms are unavailable?
If you are unable to access the online financial statement, you can print the Financial Statement DHS-6523-ENG (PDF). After you complete the financial statement, you can mail it or bring it to the child support agency.
.For pro se motions, blank forms to fill in by hand can be downloaded from the state court web site.
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