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Child Support - Forms
Most child support forms are available in several languages. Find the child support form you want and choose the language you need.
You can find other DHS documents and forms online at DHS eDocs.
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Authorization for Release of Child Support Information to a Third Party - Parties use this form to give permission to DHS and the county child support office to discuss private information about their child support case with a third person, entity, or agency not otherwise entitled to the information.
Automatic Withdrawal for Your Child Support Payments - Obligors with an open child support case who are not court-ordered to pay by income withholding use this form to authorize automatic recurring withdrawal as a payment option.
Direct Deposit for Child Support - This form explains the benefits of directly depositing child support to checking and savings accounts and includes a Direct Deposit Authorization form.
Explanation of Child Support (IV-D) and Income Withholding-Only (Non-IV-D) Services in Minnesota - This form explains child support services available to applicants and the difference between IV-D and non-IV-D services.
Financial Affidavit for Child Support (no longer in print) - Parties use the affidavit to disclose all sources of income for determining support for joint children. The Minnesota Courts system maintains the affidavit. It is on the Court Forms page in the Minnesota Judicial Branch's web site under the category "Other" and in the subcategory "Family Forms."
Full Child Support (IV-D) Services Application - A person who is not receiving public assistance and wants to apply for county child support enforcement services uses this form. It includes an application, describes the services available, and explains the applicant's responsibilities.
Income Withholding for Spousal Support – Obligees use this form to initiate court-ordered income withholding (IW) for spousal support not involving child support.
Income Withholding-Only (Non-IV-D) Services Application - A person uses this form to apply for non-IV-D Services. The county Child Support Agency will use this information to process non-IV-D automatic income withholding.
Minnesota Husband's Non-paternity Statement Revocation Form - This is a legal form to cancel a previously signed Husband's Non-paternity Statement (DHS-3159c).
Minnesota Voluntary Recognition of Parentage - Parents who are not married to each other use this legal form to voluntarily establish paternity for a child born to them.
Minnesota Voluntary Recognition of Parentage Revocation Form - This legal form cancels a voluntary paternity establishment created by a previously-signed and filed Recognition of Parentage form.
Minnesota Voluntary Recognition of Parentage Husband's Non-paternity Statement - This form must be filed in conjunction with a Minnesota Voluntary Recognition of Parentage Form which has been signed and filed by the mother and biological father of the child in order to remove a husband’s legal name from the child’s birth certificate and ends his legal relationship to the child.
Referral to Support and Collections - MinnesotaCare and Medical Assistance recipients use this form for referral to the local child support agency to establish paternity or child support enforcement services.
Request for Exception to Direct Deposit - The State of Minnesota, Child Support Enforcement Division sends support payments by direct deposit. Obligees use this form to request an exception to direct deposit.
Request to Close Support Case - People who applied for child support services use this form to ask to close their case.
Stored Value Card - Obligees use this form to sign up to have child support payments loaded to a prepaid U.S. Bank ReliaCard® Visa.
Unreimbursed and/or Uninsured Medical Dental Expenses Packet - Either party can use this packet to begin collection of unreimbursed and/or uninsured medical or dental expenses from the other party. The packet contains information, notices, and instructions.
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