Nova Scotia Maintenance Enforcement Program

The Maintenance Enforcement Program collects court-ordered spousal and child support payments, known as maintenance.

The payor (the person required to provide support) sends payments to the program. The program forwards funds to the recipient (the person who receives the support).

In the cases where payments are not up-to-date, the Maintenance Enforcement Program can take action to enforce payment.

Within this site you can find the following valuable resources:

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New - Nova Scotia Maintenance Enforcement Client Advisory Group

We need your help.

The Maintenance Enforcement Program (MEP) plays an important role in the lives of thousands of Nova Scotian families. We believe it’s a great program but there’s always room for improvement.

And you can help by joining our new MEP Client Advisory Group.

For more information, download our invitation and submission form. Deadline for submissions is April 30, 2014.