Fees Charged to Either Parent or Shared by Both Parents Fees for Reviewing & Modifying an Order Most courts charge a $30 filing fee for hearings to review or change an order. Some courts do not charge a filing fee. The fee is charged to the parent who asks for the review/change. No fee is charged if the parent or guardian receives cash benefits from the W-2, SSI Caretaker Supplement, or Kinship Care programs. Child Support Agencies do not charge a fee for reviewing the order and taking steps to change an order. Find out more about requesting a review through your child support agency. Intergovernmental Fees Some states charge a fee for enforcement activities in their state. If the other state does charge a fee, it takes the fee out of the support collection before sending it to Wisconsin. These fees vary depending on the state rules. Some states charge fees to the parent who gets support. Some states charge fees to the parent who pays support. Genetic Testing Fees There is a fee charged when parents request genetic testing. Child Support Agencies offer genetic testing at reduced cost. The cost of testing varies. The maximum fee is $60 for each person tested when done at a child support agency. Tests are completed on the man, woman, and child. No fee is charged to a man when the test shows he is not the father. Find out more about genetic testing done at the child support agency.