Apply for Child Support Services

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Economic Assistance
Children and Family Services

What would you like to do?

What you need to know

​Enforcement services include:

  • Locating parents
  • Establishing paternity
  • Establishing court orders for child support
  • Establishing court orders for medical support
  • Enforcing order for child, spousal and medical support
  • Modifying child support orders (upon request)

Application instructions

The average time to complete this application is 20 minutes. This may take longer, depending on your household's situation.

When completing the application, all fields marked with an asterisk [*] are required fields. You must provide this information in order to continue with the application process. All other fields are not required for your application, but will help the child support enforcement staff provide the best outcomes for your child support needs.

If you are pregnant, you will need to wait until the child is born before you submit an application for child support services for the unborn child.


Please have the following items available as you complete the child support application:

  • Social Security Numbers and dates of births for you and your child(ren)
  • A copy of your court order for child support (if a court order has been established)
  • Your child(ren's) health insurance policy information

If you are uncertain about how to answer a question or you are experiencing any technical issues with the online application and/or website, please contact the Nebraska Child Support Customer Service call center at 1-877-631-9973, option 2. The Nebraska Child Support Customer Service call center hours of operation are 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Central Standard Time Monday through Friday except for government holidays.

Once you have submitted your application, your applicant document will be displayed. This is verification that your application has been submitted and you should print or save the document for your records.