Introduced Senate Bill (S)

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Child support and credit reports. Prohibits a prosecuting attorney or Title IV-D agency from reporting a person's child support payment plan arrearage to a consumer reporting agency if the person is less than five weeks in arrears. Provides that if a person has made all payments required under a child support payment plan for at least six months, the prosecuting attorney, deputy prosecuting attorney, or Title IV-D agency shall: (1) contact the consumer reporting agency to update the person's payment information; and (2) upon request, submit a statement from the person that a payment plan has been established and the Child support and credit reports. Prohibits a prosecuting attorney or Title IV-D agency from reporting a person's child support payment plan arrearage to a consumer reporting agency if the person is less than five weeks in arrears. Provides that if a person has made all payments required under a child support payment plan for at least six months, the prosecuting attorney, deputy prosecuting attorney, or Title IV-D agency shall: (1) contact the consumer reporting agency to update the person's payment information; and (2) upon request, submit a statement from the person that a payment plan has been established and the person is complying with the payment plan. ... View more