Once you’ve read about a limited child support agreement, decide if you’ll negotiate a limited child support agreement with the other parent.
Making a limited child support agreement
You can use the Child Support Agreement form as a guide to help you make an agreement.
You can also seek legal advice when making a limited child support agreement, although legal advice isn’t a requirement.
Using the Child Support Agreement form
You can use the Child Support Agreement form to record your agreement and apply for it to be accepted.
We may ask you to provide additional information with your Child Support Agreement form. This may include a copy of your Parenting plan or court order for the care of your children.
Submit your application
Post your completed form and any supporting documentation to:Department of Human Services
GPO Box 9815
Melbourne VIC 3001, Australia
Or fax it to 1300 309 949.
We'll inform you and the other parent of the outcome of your application.
You have the right to object to a child support a decision we make. Read more about objections to child support decisions.