Child Support /
The civil division attorneys, working closely with the Scott County Child Support Office, bring legal proceedings in District Court and in the Expedited Child Support Process to establish paternity, obtain court ordered child support and enforce support orders. Anyone can apply for these services, even if public assistance is not being expended, by submitting an application to the Scott County Child Support Office.
Resources to obtain more information about establishing a court order or obtaining enforcement of a court order is available. Below is a list of a few of the resources available:
Minnesota Child Support Online:
Scott County is the first Minnesota County to pilot Minnesota Child Support On-line. Anyone who has an existing child support case in Scott County may use the web to see what is happening on their case:
Scott County Child Support Office:
Contact the Child Support Office to obtain an application for services and to answer questions regarding your case.
Telephone number: (952) 496-8183
Scott County Attorney’s Office – Civil Division
Contact the County Attorney’s Office to answer a general legal child support question and to answer questions regarding a proceeding pending in court brought by the County.
Telephone number: (952) 496-8656
Forms and instructions approved by the Minnesota Court are available for individuals to bring or respond to legal proceedings to address the establishment, modification or enforcement of child support.
Child Support Calculator:
New laws have been enacted changing how parents’ child support obligations are determined. A child support calculator is now available to the public to calculate an estimate of an individual’s child support obligation.
General information regarding the issues involved in establishing paternity and Recognition of Parentage Form.
Minnesota Child Support Statutes:
Minnesota Statute - Chapter 518A
Paternity – Minnesota Statute - Chapter 257