The Financial Services Division protects Missourians by recovering money owed to the state. The Division helps collect money owed to other Divisions of the Attorney General’s office and more than 40 other state agencies for a variety of reasons ranging from violations of consumer protection laws, to past-due student loans, to Medicaid reimbursement.
Our child support attorneys assist Missouri’s Family Support Division to provide a wide range of child support services on behalf of the whole family. This work involves establishing, enforcing and modifying child support obligations through the courts. Our attorneys work diligently to ensure children receive the right amount of support. We strive to provide professional and courteous service to all Missourians impacted by the child support enforcement program.
Frequently Asked Questions
Financial Services Division Highlights for 2016:
- The courts approved child support modifications on more than 1,300 cases. Those orders increased or decreased the support amount, with each case seeking the appropriate amount of support under Missouri law based on the unique circumstances of the family.
- Financial Services processed more than $17 million overall for Missouri’s citizens.
- Top Collections by Agency
| Medicaid Fraud ||$5,768,709 |
| MO Health Net Estate Recovery ||$4,525,897 |
| Consumer Division (AGO) ||$2,481,168 |
| Fraud & Noncompliance Unit ||$1,549,777 |
| Dept. of Natural Resources ||$651,962 |
| MO Incarceration Reimbursement Act ||$643,250 |
| Tort Victims' Comp. Fund (TVCF) ||$510,019 |
| No Call Unit (AGO) ||$311,333 |
| MO Health Net Third Party Liability ||$211,013 |
| Dept. of Health ||$172,604 |
- Our attorneys appeared in many bankruptcy court proceedings to protect both the regulatory authority the State must exercise, and the finances owed to the State by the debtors.