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Senate Bill 0178

Senate Bill 0178

ARCHIVE (2002)

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DIGEST OF SB178 (Updated February 26, 2002 6:43 PM - DI 84)

Child support. Amends the effective date of driver's license suspension for delinquent child support obligors and removes a notice requirement. Requires businesses and units of government to comply with subpoenas issued by Title IV-D agencies in other jurisdictions. Requires the child support bureau to: (1) enforce support orders using high volume automated enforcement features; and (2) use a simplified procedure for review and adjustment of support orders. Requires an applicant for a marriage, hunting, trapping, or fishing license to provide the applicant's Social Security number. Requires a court to issue a support order addressing health insurance in certain cases. Requires use of National Medical Support Notice and requires certain employers to electronically transfer funds to the state central collection unit. Authorizes a court to: (1) order a child support obligor found in contempt of court to seek employment; and (2) require a child support obligee to obtain a bank account. Specifies that the clerk of the circuit court may not be required to remit child support payments by electronic funds transfer.
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