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Child Support - Direct Deposit
Direct deposit is an electronic method of payment and required for receiving child support payments.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services’ Child Support Enforcement Division (CSED) uses direct deposit to transfer child support payments into an obligee’s:
Benefits of direct deposit
Direct deposit is:
Not signing up for direct deposit
If an obligee does not sign up for direct deposit within 20 days of opening a child support case, CSED will instruct U.S. Bank to open a stored value card account in the obligee’s name.
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