How to Write a Child Support Payment Demand Letter In New Mexico

Child Support Payments How to Write a Child Support Payment Demand Letter In New Mexico

How to Write a Child Support Payment Demand Letter In New Mexico

If you are a single parent, you know that the financial burden of supporting a household on one income can be demanding. However, when a relationship ends, it does not end a parent's obligation to care for any children that result from that relationship. Depending on the income differences and amount of time the child spends with each parent, courts will award child support that is to be paid from one parent to the other as financial support to care for their joint children. If you are seeking assistance getting your New Mexico Child Support, DoNotPay can help. 

New Mexico Child Support Overview 

New Mexico's Child Support Enforcement Division (CSED) is a division of the Human Services Department. The CSED exists to establish and enforce child support obligations in an effort to reduce the number of families that rely on public assistance. 

Roles of the Child Support Enforcement Division

The Child Support Enforcement Division provides a variety of services to help families with child support:

Tools that CSED Can Use to Enforce Child Support 

If CSED needs to enforce child support, there are a variety of tools they are allowed to use, including:

  • Wage withholding
  • income tax refund intercepts
  • driver's license suspension
  • professional license suspension
  • game and fish license suspension
  • passport denials

How to Demand Child Support on Your Own

If your ex owes back child support payments, you can try to get them to pay on your own.

  1. Speak to your ex. You can try an information conversation regarding child support. Try to remain respectful, but be direct. If they realize you are serious, they may stop dragging their feet and start paying in order to avoid legal action.
  2. Send an official letter of demand. If your ex is uncooperative, you can send a formal letter of demand.
  • Make sure the letter includes a complete outline of all payment amounts owed, due dates, their legal obligation to make these payments, any legal action you or the state of New Mexico can take against them if they do not pay, and what consequences they may face if they continue to neglect their obligation to pay.
  • Sign and date the letter
  • Send your letter by certified mail and request a return receipt. This ensures that they must sign to receive the letter and you will receive the signature card back as proof.
  1. Contact the Child Support Enforcement Division. They can help you begin the legal process of pursuing enforcement of child support.
  • Consolidated Customer Service Center (800) 283-4465
  • email child.support@state.nm.us
  • Address: NM Human Services Department, P.O. Box 2348, Santa Fe, NM  87504-2348

Quickly File a Demand Letter With the Help of DoNotPay

At DoNotPay, we understand that it can be difficult or stressful to deal with an ex-partner, especially over finances. We also know that you should not be in a financially difficult position because of their negligence in paying for child support. Fortunately, DoNotPay can help you demand child support in New Mexico and avoid direct contact with your ex-partner. 

How to file a demand letter for late child support payments using DoNotPay:

  1. Search child support on DoNotPay and enter the details of the person who owes the payments.

     

  2. Tell us more about the payment schedule, including the amount and frequency of the payments, the last payment they made and number of missed payments, and how much they owe you in total.

     

  3. Confirm your contact information and select whether you want us to mail or email the letter on your behalf. Choose how you would like to receive the payment and verify your signature.

     

Why Use DoNotPay for Child Support Assistance?

DoNotPay has a professional and successful history of providing fast and easy service. We want to make this process as stress-free and easy as possible for you. You only need to provide us with the important information and we will make the best case on your behalf.

Child Support Laws By State

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We are here to provide support for all types of child support issues. If you have questions, we have answers.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

Helping you demand the payment for child support you are owed is just one of the many ways that DoNotPay can help you today. We provide a variety of services and we can:

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