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Direct Deposit

Child support payments you receive from the Texas Child Support Disbursement Unit may be sent to you by direct deposit. Direct deposit is a safe and convenient method of receiving your child support.

Now you can also have your payments directly deposited to your Texas Debit Card.

HOW DOES DIRECT DEPOSIT WORK?

The Child Support Division offers direct deposit for those child support recipients who have bank accounts. Instead of printing and mailing a child support check to you, the Child Support Division can electronically deposit your money into your bank account. Your child support payments are protected and you avoid delays that can occur through the mail.

HOW TO APPLY

If you want the payments you receive from the Texas Child Support Disbursement Unit to be directly deposited into your bank account, complete and return the Direct Deposit Authorization Form to:

Texas Child Support Disbursement Unit
P.O. Box 659400
San Antonio, Texas 78265

If you need additional help completing the Direct Deposit Authorization Form, contact the Texas Child Support Disbursement Unit at 1-800-252-8014. You may also request assistance from your bank.

BROCHURE

Direct deposit: It's Money in the Bank... (PDF)


National Medical Support Notice

The National Medical Support Notice is a qualified medical support order and serves notice that the employee identified on the document is obligated by a court or administrative child support order to provide health care coverage for the child(ren) identified in it.


Request for Review of
National Medical Support Notice

A Request for Review of National Medical Support Notice (NMSN) may be used by an employee to contest withholding based upon a mistake of fact, provided the request is received by the OAG within 30 business days after receipt of the NMSN by the employer.


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Revised: March 25 2014