North Dakota Child Support

North Dakota Child Support Division (CSD)

“The purpose of the Child Support Division is to enhance the well-being of children and reduce the demand on public treasuries by securing financial and medical support from legally responsible parents and encouraging positive relationships between children and their parents.” — CSD

Overview

If you are a non-custodial parent in North Dakota, you are responsible for paying child support. The North Dakota child support program can help you set up and enforcing a child support order. They can also help if you have questions about your rights and responsibilities.

Child support is the money that a non-custodial parent pays to the custodial parent to help with the costs of raising their child. North Dakota child support payments are generally based on the income of the non-custodial parent and the number of children they have.

The North Dakota child support program can help you set up a child support order if you do not have one already. They can also help you if you need to modify an existing order or if you are having trouble enforcing an existing order.

If you have questions about your rights and responsibilities, the North Dakota child support program can help you. They can also provide you with information about resources that may be available to you.

North Dakota Child Support Services Contact Information

Child Support Enforcement Program, Department of Human Services
PO Box 7190
Bismarck, North Dakota 58507-7190
Office: (701) 328-3582
Fax: (701) 328-6575

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
IV-D Child Support Enforcement Director
PO Box 827
Fort Yates, North Dakota 58538
Office: (701) 854-3783
Fax: (701) 854-3788
Email: jerlthompson@standingrock.org

Three Affiliated Tribes
IV-D Administrator
Division of Child Support Enforcement
PO Box 998
New Town, North Dakota 58763
Office: (701) 627-2860
Fax: (701) 627-3963
Email: ellen.otterman@mhanation.com

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