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Colorado Anticipates Increased Child Support Collections through CSLN Membership

August 1, 2017 -

The Child Support Lien Network (CSLN) expands its public/private partnership welcoming Colorado as the program’s newest state member. The Colorado Division of Child Support Services (DCSS) officially joined the Network in January of 2017. The DCSS submits nearly 75,000 non-custodial parents to the CSLN system, collectively owing $1.2 billion in unpaid child support.

In their first few months of participation, Colorado has already received over 530 qualified CSLN matches. Additionally, Colorado takes advantage of the CSLN lien document issuance option, which optimizes their staff resources as they pursue the potential insurance intercepts from these matches. Their diligence recently resulted in a single significant collection in excess of $30.000!

Colorado’s House Bill 16-1165 was enacted “to facilitate discovery of potential payments, awards, or settlements” in an effort to help increase the collection of past due child support payments. Participation in the CSLN Program offers insurance companies a streamlined mechanism to meet this effort. The CSLN process expedites and validates insurance claim data, allowing insurers to continue their timely issuance of claim settlements.

As declared on the DCSS website, the Colorado Child Support Services Program “will put children first by helping both parents assume responsibility for the economic and social well-being, health and stability of their children.” CSLN commends this mission and looks forward to supporting Colorado through effective insurance intercept services as the State continues to improve the lives of Colorado’s children. To support this initiative, and to learn more information on how to join the program, please visit



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