Child Support Services
The mission of the Mariposa County Department of Child Support Services is to provide assistance to any parent (custodial or non-custodial) or guardian. We work closely with these parties to establish a financial partnership that supports their children. Our services help to enhance the quality of life for children and families.
- 2015-2019 California Department of Child Support Services Strategic Plan
- Available Service
- Community Outreach
- Escrow Information
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Families Receiving Support
- Parents Paying Support
- Recently Activated Military Personnel
How do I...
- Access case information & view/print case documents 24/7
- Calculate arrears payoff
- Check payment status
- Make a payment online
- Open a child support case
- Reduce arrears owed
- Report lost/stolen Electronic Pay Card
- Sign up for direct deposit or Electronic Pay Card
Touch Pay Kiosk
$25 Annual Service Fee
In the Federal Deficit Reduction Act of 2005, Public Law 109-171, all states were instructed to impose a $25 Annual Service Fee to non-welfare families (never-assisted cases) who are disbursed $500 or more during the federal fiscal year. The mandate went into effect January 1, 2008. As of October 1, 2010, the State will no longer pay the fee on behalf of families.
Beginning October 1, 2011, and every October 1 thereafter, DCSS will assess the $25 Annual Service Fee to all never-assisted cases that meet the criteria for assessment. The service fee will be withheld from the never-assisted custodial party’s next child support payment(s) until the $25 is fully recovered.
Although the first disbursement(s) paid to the custodial party on or after October 1 will be reduced by $25, the NCP will get full credit for the amount of the collection received. Get more information about the $25 annual fee. You can also view the $25 Annual Service Fee Frequently Asked Questions.
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