***Attention Child Support Payers****
Payment limits have increased for online and telephone payments.
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Notice to Employers - Income Withholding Requirements
NRS 31A.090 requires all employers with 50 or more staff to submit child support payments to the State
Collections and Disbursement Unit (SCaDU) by electronic funds transfer (EFT).
Please see below for EFT Instructions.
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Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT):
The State of Nevada prefers to accept funds
electronically using the CCD+ format. We also have the capability of
accepting the CTX820 format. Both formats
contain an electronic addenda record as outlined by the
National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA). Please contact
your financial institution
prior to sending money through this process to ensure
that these format requirements can be met.
Prior to your first submission please notify us at
- EFT Routing Number: 021052053
- EFT Account Number: 35239446
- FIPS Code: 32000
Reminder: NRS 31A.090 requires all
employers with 50 or more employees to transfer electronically to the
State the income withheld from
employees pursuant to child support orders.
We are pleased to now offer a convenient online payment option for child support!
To pay by phone during business hours (8am-5pm Monday – Friday
PST, excluding State observed holidays) please call 1-844-855-6152 to
speak to a payment specialist. (For questions regarding your case,
please contact your case manager. Payment specialists cannot provide
case related information.)
The following payment types are accepted: Credit and debit cards with
the Visa or MasterCard logo. Payments for the same UPI/Case Number
with different suffixes (A, B, etc.) may be combined. Your financial
institution may charge additional fees.
To pay by phone during non-business hours (5pm-8am Monday - Friday
PST, weekends and state holidays) please call 1-855-288-2352 and follow
the instructions. You will need to provide your name, address, social
security number, UPI (case number) and payment information.
In addition to Visa and MasterCard, cards with the Discover logo
are also accepted. There is a convenience fee of $7.95 per payment.
Payments for the same UPI/Case Number with different suffixes (A, B,
etc.) may be combined. If you need to pay an amount over $750.00, you
will need to make more than one payment; the convenience fee applies to
each payment made. Your financial institution may charge additional
Payments sent by mail must be in the form of money order,
cashier's check or business check payable to SCaDU and sent to the
State Collections and Disbursement Unit (SCaDU
PO Box 98950
Las Vegas, NV 89193-8950
NOTE: DO NOT include the required $2.00 fee amount with the regular child support payment; the $2.00 fee is a separate
payment to the Nevada State Treasurer and mailed to a separate address described below.
***Payments sent via delivery service or any method
requiring a signature must be sent to the physical location listed below
instead of the PO Box.
In Person Payments:
Child support payments may be made with Cash in person at
select retail locations in the following states; NV, AZ, CA, CO, ID,
NM, OR, TX, UT, and WA. There is a $3.95 convenience fee up to a $4,000
limit per payment. Be sure to inform the store clerk the payment is for
“Nevada Child Support” and be prepared to provide your 9 digit case
number, also known as your UPI (Unique Person Identifier).
To find the location nearest you and the hours of operation, a locator
is available by clicking the link below and typing in your address
and/or five digit zip code.
Find Cash Payment Location Nearest You
Child Support Payments may be made in person or via delivery service
Monday through Friday (excluding State Holidays) between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at the State Collection and Disbursement Unit (SCaDU) location:
Child Support Center of Southern Nevada
1900 East Flamingo Road, Suite 136
Las Vegas, NV89119
Acceptable methods of payment at the SCaDU office are
cash in the exact amount of payment, debit card, money order, cashier's
or business check.