Utah Admin. Code R527-920-3 - Exceptions

Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021

(1) Exceptions to mandatory disbursements through electronic funds transfer are allowed as follows:
(a) For a period of no more than 60 days after a case is opened with an enforceable support order;
(b) For a period of no more than 60 days after a first-time support order is established;
(c) For a period of no more than 60 days while an obligee changes the account to be used for receiving future electronic funds transfers; or,
(d) For an indefinite time period if an obligee resides in a foreign country and an electronic funds transfer cannot be facilitated;
(2) The ORS or ORS/CSS Director may approve additional exceptions to mandatory disbursements through electronic funds transfers on a case-by-case basis if the obligee presents a request in writing and can demonstrate that electronic funds transfers would result in an undue hardship to that obligee. The ORS or ORS/CSS Director will determine the duration of the exception based on the individual circumstances.
(3) Disbursements through electronic funds transfer will not be mandatory for ORS/CSS if technical problems prevent successful electronic disbursement within the federally-mandated disbursement time frames found in 45 CFR 302.32.

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Utah Admin. Code R527-920-3

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