Child Support Forms

Several forms are available for child support legal actions, such as Income Withholding, Lien Requests and Termination of Child Support.
NOTE: Court clerks cannot provide assistance in completing these forms.

If you need assistance completing these forms, but do not know where to find an attorney, click here. In addition, The Missouri Bar offers a free law-related brochure about child support.

Below is the name, description and purpose of each form available on this website:

Federal Income Withholding for Support: The Federal Income Withholding for Support form is a multipurpose form used to:

  • Initiate new wage withholdings;
  • Revise existing withholdings; and
  • Terminate existing wage withholdings.

The Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement developed the Federal Income Withholding for Support form in partnership with a workgroup of State and Tribal child support agencies, courts/tribunals, the American Payroll Association, private and public sector employers, and private collection agencies. The Federal Income Withholding for Support form is in a uniform format prescribed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services as required by the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-193) and 452.350 (16), RSMo for all entities ordering income withholding for child support for both IV-D and non IV-D cases.


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      (Updated 12/30/11)

Form 14 Child Support Amount Calculation Worksheet: The Missouri Child Support Guidelines Worksheet (Form 14) estimates the child support obligation that a court may order a parent to pay toward supporting the child(ren) on a monthly basis. Under Missouri law, there is a rebuttable presumption that the amount of child support, which would result from the use of these guidelines is the correct amount of support to be awarded; however, a court may choose to deviate from the guidelines under certain circumstances. If you have questions regarding the Missouri Child Support Guidelines, you may wish to contact an attorney.

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      (Updated 02/25/09)

Lien Request
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This form is used to file a lien against real property (land and buildings on the land) owned by a person who owes child support or maintenance. The lien must be filed with the court in the county where the property is located.

      (Updated 11/05/13)

Affidavit for Termination of Child Support: This form can be used by either parent to stop (terminate) child support. The reason child support is to end must be indicated by checking the appropriate boxes.

      (Updated 11/05/13)

Acknowledgment Agreeing to Termination of Child Support: This form is used by a parent receiving child support to tell the court that he or she agrees the child support obligation should end.

      (Updated 11/05/13)

Answer Objecting to Termination of Child Support: This form is used by a parent receiving child support to tell the court that he or she opposes the termination of child support.

      (Updated 11/05/13)

Affidavit of Credit for Child Support and/or Maintenance Owed to Custodial Parent (Partial or Complete Satisfaction of Child Support Judgment Pursuant to Section 454.432, RSMo.): This form is used by a parent receiving child support and/or maintenance to credit the automated child support system for direct and in-kind payments received by the custodial parent. This form cannot forgive any child support/maintenance owed to the State of Missouri.

      (Updated 11/05/13)