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Pay my Nevada Child Support bill

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You can easily make a child support payment to Nevada’s Division of Welfare and Supportive Services at your nearest Money Services location. We are open evenings and weekends at your local Smith’s Food and Drug Store.

Pay your Nevada Child Support bill in person by cash or debit card. Find your nearest Money Services location using our store locator.

How to pay

Making a Nevada Child Support payment is easy. Just stop by your local Money Services location and we’ll take care of it. You’ll need to bring money for the payment, plus enough cash to cover any fees. You’ll also need a case ID or participant ID, as well as the receiver code for Nevada: 16506.

It’s easy to make payments, even if you live in a different state. All you need is a support order agreed by both parents that names Nevada as the issuing state. Child support in Nevada is paid until the child reaches age 18 or 19 if they are expected to graduate from high school by then.

Making a Nevada Child Support payment

Use Money Services for an easy and convenient way to pay your Child Support in Nevada.

It saves time

  • We’re open evenings and weekends, making it even easier to pay
  • With payment centers in the Kroger Family of Stores, you can pay while grocery shopping

It saves money

  • Download discounts and promotions to your Shopper’s Card
  • Pay in person and avoid mailing fees

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Search by state, city or ZIP code to find your local Money Services.

Nevada Child Support

Our friendly in-store associates can help you with any questions about paying Nevada Child Support.

About

Nevada Child Support is part of the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services. It allows parents to make a payment of child and medical support, no matter where they are in the US.

Payments

  • MoneyGram

*Not available in all locations. See a store for details.

This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech, MoneyGram and Western Union pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.

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