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You may apply for child support services if a minor child lives in your household, if the child is financially dependent on you, and if a parent is absent from the home. If you are applying for or are receiving public assistance in Lac qui Parle County, your application for child support services will automatically be referred to us. If you would like to apply for our non-public assistance child support services, you must apply in one of the following ways:
Please mail or drop off completed forms and applications to:Lac qui Parle County Family ServicesPO Box 7930 1st AvenueMadison, MN 56256
Please visit the Minnesota Department of Human Services website to see a list of payment options here: Payment Options Brochure
Please visit the Minnesota Child Support Online system to register for a secure online account to view your case information.
The Minnesota Child Support Enforcement Division has designed the Child Support Guidelines Calculator to help non custodial parents estimate the amount of child support that the court may order on a case. This calculator is for informational and educational use only and is not a substitute for the child support guidelines. You may access the calculator on the Minnesota Department of Human Services website here: Minnesota Child Support Guidelines Calculator
YES!If you are interested in having your child support payment directly deposited into a checking or savings account, please fill out this form: Direct Deposit for Child Support (PDF)
Note: If you do not have a checking or savings account, child support payments may be loaded to a prepaid U.S. Bank ReliaCard instead. You may apply for a Stored Value Card using this form: Stored Value Card (PDF)
Either parent can use this packet to begin collection of unreimbursed and/or uninsured medical or dental expenses from the other parent. The packet contains information, notices and instructions. Unreimbursed and/or Uninsured Medical Dental Expenses Packet (PDF)
The Lac qui Parle County Child Support Office does not have authority in this area. Please consult a private attorney or legal advice.
Parents who applied for child support services can use this form to ask the Child Support Office to close their case: Request to Close Support Case (PDF)
Please visit the Minnesota Department of Human Services website to find more information, resources, and forms related to Child Support services: Child Support