Customer Service 602-252-4045 Toll-Free in Arizona 1-800-882-4151 Monday -Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
To send child support payments, please send to the Clearinghouse.
Clearinghouse PO Box 52107 Phoenix, AZ 85072
Overnight Express Payments can be sent to:
Arizona Department of Economic Security DCSS - SDU S/C 019A - Mail Drop 7214 1789 West Jefferson, 3rd Floor SW Phoenix, AZ 85007
To mail in any child support documents, excluding payment, please send to the Disbursement Correspondence Unit.
Centralized Mail Unit PO Box 40458 Phoenix, AZ 85067
All child support clients are now encouraged to send child support documents electronically to the email [email protected].
For documents that require notarization, the Division Child Support Services (DCSS) will be accepting a photocopy of your driver's license or any other government-issued identification card along with the documents.
Documents that require notarization:
Affidavit of Receipt of Direct Payments
Affidavit of Credible Person Identifying Affiant
Acknowledgment of Paternity
Affidavit of Paternity Rescission
Waiver of Support
Contact Your Clerk of the Court
You may contact the Clerk of the Court if you do not have a DCSS case, are wanting to file your own actions, or are interested in custody, visitation, spousal support or parenting time.
Contact phone numbers for the Arizona Clerks of the Court for Child and Spousal Support Processing on Non-DCSS Cases
Statewide Toll-Free: We recommend that you first try the toll-free number 1-877-903-1900 to obtain information on the last three payments received and disbursed.
You may send questions about cases directly to the Arizona Division of Child Support Services Customer Service Team online.
To ask and receive answers to questions online you first need to register with the AZ Child Support Portal . Once you have completed the registration process you will receive an email asking you to confirm your registration request. You will then be able to login to the AZ Child Support Portal with the user name and password you created during registration.
If you are having any difficulties registering or logging in please contact:
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