Child Support Enforcement Forms
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At this time, we cannot accept electronic or e-mailed applications. We apologize for any inconvienence this may cause.
Application for Child Support Services
If you receive Temporary Cash Assistance or Medical Assistance, child support services will be provided free of charge. If not, you will need to complete an application for child support services, take it to your local child support office and pay a one-time fee of $25. Click here for a list of local offices.
Non-Custodial Parent Data Sheet
This form must be completed fully and accurately to help your Local child support agency obtain child support for the child(ren) in your care. A separate form must be completed for each noncustodial parent and returned to the local child support agency within 10 days. If you are receiving public assistance, failure to complete and return this form may make you ineligible for public assistance.
Motion for Modification
- Baltimore County (utilized for incarcerated obligors)
- Baltimore City (utilized for incarcerated obligors)
- General Public
The purpose of this questionnaire is to gather information about your income and expenses. The information will be used by the court to determine a child support order amount for your child(ren). Be accurate and thorough in your responce. You will be required to submit documentation to verify the information you provide. Giving false or misleading information is punishable as contempt of court and may lead to imprisonment.
- Form 895: Income/Expense Questionnaire
Affidavit of Parentage
Paternity Establishment is Important! Your child deserves all of the advantages in life that two parents can give. There are some special reasons to establish paternity.
- Your Child’s Identity: It will be important for your child to know who his or her father is. This can help give your child secure feeling.
- Your Relationship With Your Child: Establishing paternity is one way of showing your child that you care. It’s a great way to start a relationship.
- Benefits For Your Child: Your child may be eligible for some benefits because you have established paternity. These benefits may include social security, veteran’s benefits, life insurance and inheritance. Establishing paternity ensures you can provide for your child even when the unexpected occurs.
- Family Medical History: Knowing the family’s full history of diseases, illnesses and birth defects will help your doctor if your child becomes sick. It’s important to know the father’s medical history for this reason.
- Child Support: Your child needs and deserves both emotional and financial support from both parents. You may think that you can get by on your own and live without any help from your child’s father. But you may change your mind some day. A court can’t order child support without legal proof of paternity. It’s easier to get that proof today than to wait.
Maryland New Hire Reporting
New Hire reporting is a process by which you, as an employer, report information on newly-hired employees to a designated state agency shortly after the date of hire. As an employer, you will play a key role in this important program by reporting all of your newly-hired employees to the state.
Child Support Direct Deposit Authorization
If you receive child support payments from the Maryland Child Support Enforcement Administration, and have an open bank account, you may apply for Direct Deposit. This will enable you to receive payments faster and eliminate inconveniences associated with manual checks. To apply for Direct Deposit, please complete the attached Child Support Direct Deposit Authorization Form, include a voided check or a copy of a voided check with your application, a copy of your Driver’s License, State Issued Identification Card or a Valid Passport, and mail your completed application and required documentation to, CSEA, Direct Deposit Enrollment Application, Post Office Box 17615, Baltimore, Maryland 21297.
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