The Child Support Programs ensure that children receive the court-ordered financial support to which they are legally entitled. It provides services as to establishing paternity, and enforcing child support and medical support orders.
According to the state and federal law, when non-custodial parents fail to pay the child support obligation, they are subject to enforcement measures in order to collect any regular or past-due payments.
Child support orders automatically terminate when:
Support may not terminate if the child has severe special needs which cause him/her to remain dependent.
Child & Family Services Division Of Montana, Child Support Enforcement 2675 Palmer Street # C Missoula, MT 59808-1741 Phone: (406) 329`7910
Montana Dept of Admin, Child & Family Services Division Of Montana, Child Support Enforcement Div 910 Helena Avenue Helena, MT 59601-3424 Phone: (406) 444`2793
Child Support Enforcement 17 W Galena Street Butte, MT 59701-1705 Phone: (406) 497`6600
Gallatin County Child Support 615 S 16th Avenue # 302 Bozeman, MT 59715-4117 Phone: (406) 582`2173
Child Support Enforcement Div 3075 N Montana Avenue # 112 Helena, MT 59601-0552 Phone: (406) 444`9855
Richland County Child Support 201 W Main Street Sidney, MT 59270-4035 Phone: (406) 433`6929
Child Support Enforcement 201 1st Street S # 1 A Great Falls, MT 59405-1884 Phone: (406) 727`7449
Child Support Enforcement, 2675 Palmer Street # C Missoula, MT 59808-1741 Phone: (406) 329`7910
Child Support Enforcement Div, 1500 Poly Drive # 200 Billings, MT 59102-1748 Phone: (406) 655`5500
Here are some of the tools used by the state to enforce court ordered child support payments:
The court has to examine some important financial documents before calculating child support payments, such as:
It is of your best interest that you provide the most accurate information about your assets and financial information.