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Employer Information

Employers play a major role in helping families collect child support for their children. The Division of Child Support thanks you for your continued compliance with child support laws to ensure children and families receive the support they need and deserve. The Division of Child Support is committed to making it convenient and easy for you to do business with us.

  • Income and Wage Withholding
    Employers are required to withhold wages of employees who have a child support obligation.
  • New Hire Reporting
    Employers are required to report all newly hired employees to a designated state agency within 20 days of hiring on a W-4 or equivalent form.
  • National Medical Support Notice
    Employers receive a National Medical Support Notice form when a person paying support is not providing health insurance coverage and has been ordered to do so.
  • Employers Expert Pay
  • Electronic Funds Transfer
    The Division of Child Support utilizes ExpertPay for employers to electronically transmit child support payments. ExpertPay is a fast, simple, and secure way to make child support payments. There is a one-time registration fee of $2.50 per employer which is charged by ExpertPay. However, this will be waived for a period of 90 days beginning June 1, 2023. Costs vary by state and payment method. Employers and payroll service providers can view fee information at ExpertPay.com.