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Enforcement Action

How does it work?

When is action taken?

Intercept Federal Tax Refund and Federal Administrative Payment

Information about the parent who owes past-due support is submitted to the IRS and other federal agencies. Any payment the parent is entitled to may be sent to Child Support instead of the parent who owes past-due support.

$500 owed to the parent who receives support

$150 owed to the state

Intercept State Tax Refund

Information about the parent who owes past-due support is submitted to the State Tax Department. Any payment the parent is entitled to may be sent to Child Support instead of the parent who owes past-due support.

$25 past-due

Report to Credit Reporting Agencies

The past-due amount is reported to credit reporting agencies which can affect the credit score of the parent who owes the amount.

One month past-due

Deny Passport

The parent who owes past-due support is not allowed to get or renew his or her passport.

$2,500 past-due

Suspend Licenses

Driver’s license

Occupational license

Recreational license (such as hunting and fishing license)

2 months or $2,000 past-due, whichever is less or breach of a payment plan

Suspend Vehicle Registration

Disallow the renewal of vehicle tabs and prevent the transfer of a vehicle title.

2 months or $2,000 past-due, whichever is less or breach of a payment plan

Interest Charges on Past-due Amounts

Interest charges will accrue on support not paid in the month in which it is due.

All past-due support

Named on Lien Registry

The Lien Registry is a public website listing parents who owe past-due support which creates a lien/claim against that parent’s real and titled personal property. Being on the Lien Registry may affect the parent’s ability to sell certain property or get a loan.

$25 past-due

Intercept Gaming and Lottery Winnings

Gaming operators and the Lottery Division check with Child Support before paying out winnings in an amount that requires reporting to the IRS. If the winner owes past-due support the funds are sent to Child Support.

Required to report the payout amount to the IRS.

Freeze and Seize Assets

This includes things like freezing and seizing bank accounts, certain garnishments, and deduction orders.

Past-due amount

Order to Show Cause Hearing

Court hearing where a judge or referee gets information about the child support case and determines if the parent who owes past-due support is willfully not paying. It is very important for the parent who owes past-due support to attend the hearing or a warrant for arrest may be issued. The parent who receives support may attend the hearing, but attendance is not required.

Past-due amount

Found in Contempt of Court

A judge or referee determines the parent who owes past-due support is willfully not paying. The parent who is found in contempt of court may be sentenced to jail time, fines, license suspension, and will be listed on the child support website.

Past-due amount and willfully not paying support

Criminal Prosecution

A parent who willfully fails to pay child support can be prosecuted for criminal nonpayment of child support. If found guilty it can be up to a Class C felony.

Past-due amount and willfully not paying support

Sours: https://www.childsupport.dhs.nd.gov/services/enforcement

What do I need to know about the offset of Economic Impact Payments (Stimulus Payments)

ECONOMIC IMPACT PAYMENT – AKA STIMULUS PAYMENT

If you owe past-due child support your Economic Impact Payment (EIP) will be offset by Child Support. If you filed taxes jointly, your spouse will receive their portion of the EIP from the IRS. • If an Injured Spouse Form 8379 was filed along with your taxes in 2018 or 2019, the IRS issued the non-liable spouse their portion of the EIP in early to mid-September. • If an Injured Spouse Form 8379 was NOT filed, there is no need to file it now. The IRS will automatically issue the non-liable spouse their portion of the EIP.

Q. Does the non-liable spouse need to file the Injured Spouse Form 8379 with the IRS to receive a portion of the EIP?
A. No. The IRS will automatically issue a portion of the payment to the non-liable spouse. In some cases, the non-liable spouse’s portion of the EIP was already offset for past-due child support. The offset funds will be returned to the IRS. The IRS is sending the non-liable spouse their portion of the EIP.

Q. Child Support is currently holding my joint tax refund/EIP. Why is it being held?
A. Law allows Child Support to hold these payments up to 6 months. Due to the pandemic, and the IRS issuing joint EIP payments to Child Support and now recovering that amount from Child Support, the hold time has been extended to December 31, 2020.

Q. How do I know if the offset payment will be held for more than 6 months?
A. Joint offsets received between May 6, 2020 and July 4, 2020 are subject to a longer hold period.

Q. What if my spouse and I want the entire EIP to go to past-due support?
A. Once you receive the payment from the IRS, make a payment to Child Support. See payment options for a list of easy ways to pay.

Q. Does the non-liable spouse need to file the Injured Spouse Form 8379 with the IRS to receive a portion of the tax refund?
A. Yes. Injured Spouse Form 8379 must be filed to receive a portion of the tax refund. Visit IRS.com for more information on Economic Impact Payments.

Sours: https://www.childsupport.dhs.nd.gov/my-child-support/my-child-support-forms-and-faqs
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North Dakota Department of Human Services established child support guidelines to be used by courts in determining the amount a parent should be expected to contribute toward the support of a child. These guidelines apply in any action in North Dakota in which a child support obligation is being established or changed.

Amended guidelines (effective January 1, 2019) will replace the previous guidelines (effective through December 31, 2018). Both amended and previous guidelines are available below. A document that shows the changes made to the previous guidelines, resulting in the amended guidelines, is also available. On this document, deleted text is shown by strike-through and new text is underscored.

Amended Child Support Guidelines: N.D. Admin. Code ch. 75-02-04.1 (effective January 1, 2019)
Annotated Child Support Guidelines (annotations updated through January 2020)
2019 Guidelines Schedule with Percentages
Guidelines Fact Sheet
Summary of Comments
Previous Child Support Guidelines with Changes Shown
Previous Child Support Guidelines: N.D. Admin. Code ch. 75-02-04.1 (effective through December 31, 2018)

Calculatorupdated June 17, 2021
Be sure you are using the current Calculator. The Calculator is updated periodically to reflect changes in the guidelines and changes in tax-related amounts.

Forms

Resources

Sours: https://www.childsupport.dhs.nd.gov/resources-lawyers/child-support-guidelines/current-child-support-guidelines
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