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Minnesota Child Support Offices

Minnesota Child Support and Social Service Offices enhances the well being of children by locating noncustodial parents, establish paternity, establish and enforce support orders, modify orders when appropriate, collect and distribute child support payments, and refer parents to other social service programs.  These programs promote parent accountability and self sufficiency while reducing the public’s responsibility for providing financial and medical support to children. These child support social services are available to all parents who need them.

Child Support Partners Line at: 

651-431-4344 within Twin Cities metro | 800-657-3890 outside Twin Cities area
TTY users 711 or 800-657-3529 | Speech-to-Speech Relay call 877-627-3848.

Aitkin Anoka Detroit Lakes Foley Bemidji
Mankato New Ulm Cloquet Chaska Montevideo
Center City Moorhead Bagley Grand Marais Windom
Brainerd West St Paul Mantorville Alexandria Fairmont
Preston Albert Red Wing Elbow Lake Caledonia
Park Rapids Cambridge Grand Rapids Jackson Mora
Willmar Hallock International Falls Madison Two Harbors
Baudette Le Center Ivanhoe Marshall  Glencoe
Mahnomen Warren Litchfield Milaca Little Falls
Austin Slayton St Peter Worthington Ada
Rochester Fergus Falls Thief River Falls Sandstone Pipestone
Crookston Glenwood St Paul Red Lake Falls Redwood Falls
Olivia Faribault Luverne Roseau Duluth
Virginia Shakopee Elk River Gaylord St Cloud
Owatonna Morris Benson Long Prairie Wheaton
Wabasha Wadena Waseca  Stillwater St James
Breckenridge Winona Buffalo Granite Falls


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  1. Child support usually ends when the child reaches age 18 or age of majority” refers to the legal age established under your state law. You may have over paid on your child support – depending on your state. If your state age of majority is 21 then you would not have overpaid. Visit Child Support Termination Procedures By State for information on how to terminate your child support obligation.

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