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Driver's License Suspension

If full payment is not received, Colorado Child Support Enforcement (CSE) has the authority to suspend a driver's license.  If suspended, an individual must get a Notice of Compliance from CSE and meet Department of Motor Vehicle requirements to reinstate the privilege to drive.

Legal Authority:

  • 42 U.S.C 666(a)(16)
  • Section 26-13-123, C.R.S.

 

Professional and Occupational License Suspension

CSE is authorized to suspend professional and occupational licenses of individuals who are past due to their child support obligations.  If suspended, they must obtain a Notice of Compliance from CSE and meet the requirements of their particular licensing board at Department of Regulatory Agencies to regain a professional/occupational license.

Legal Authority:

  • 42 U.S.C. 666(16)
  • Section 26-13-126, C.R.S.

 

Recreational License Suspension

CSE is authorized to suspend or deny hunting and fishing licenses of individuals who are past due in their child support payments.  Individuals who are seeking to hunt or fish must meet the requirements of CSE and Division of Wildlife to regain the privilege to hunt and fish.

Legal Authority:

  • 42 U.S.C. 666(7)(D)(13)
  • Section 26-13-126, C.R.S.

 

Important Numbers - Assistance Programs
Department of Human Services
Main Line (970) 241-8480
Parent Help Line
(800) 244-5373 
Adult Protective Services
(970) 248-2888 
Welfare Fraud Hotline
(970) 256-2421
Area Agency on Aging
(970) 248-2717 
Western Colorado 211
2-1-1 or (970) 244-8400 
Assistance Programs - Fax Number
(970) 248-2849
Workforce Center
(970) 248-0871 
Child Support
(970) 248-2780
Veterans Office
(970) 248-2733 
LEAP
(970) 244-8400 
 

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