Part D - HOW WE ENFORCE CHILD SUPPORT OBLIGATIONS

  1. § 388-14A-4000 - When may the division of child support take collection action against a noncustodial parent?
  2. § 388-14A-4010 - Can I make the division of child support stop collection action against me?
  3. § 388-14A-4020 - What collection tools does the division of child support use?
  4. § 388-14A-4030 - How can the division of child support collect child support from my wages or other income source?
  5. § 388-14A-4040 - DCS can serve some collection actions by electronic service
  6. § 388-14A-4100 - How does the division of child support enforce my obligation to provide health care coverage for my children?
  7. § 388-14A-4110 - If my support order requires me to provide medical support for my children, what do I have to do?
  8. § 388-14A-4111 - When may DCS decline a request to enforce a medical support obligation?
  9. § 388-14A-4112 - When does the division of child support enforce a custodial parent's obligation to provide medical support?
  10. § 388-14A-4115 - Can my support order reduce my support obligation if I pay for health insurance?
  11. § 388-14A-4119 - How soon after a noncustodial parent is listed in the state directory of new hires must the division of child support send a national medical support notice to the employer?
  12. § 388-14A-4120 - DCS uses the National Medical Support Notice to enforce an obligation to provide health insurance coverage
  13. § 388-14A-4121 - Can a Washington employer assume that every National Medical Support Notice that the employer receives is from the division of child support?
  14. § 388-14A-4122 - What kind of information is included in the National Medical Support Notice?
  15. § 388-14A-4123 - What can happen if the employer fails to comply with the terms of the National Medical Support Notice?
  16. § 388-14A-4124 - Who are the parties involved with the National Medical Support Notice?
  17. § 388-14A-4125 - What must an employer do after receiving a National Medical Support Notice?
  18. § 388-14A-4126 - What kind of help is available for an employer or plan administrator who has questions about the National Medical Support Notice?
  19. § 388-14A-4130 - What must a plan administrator do after receiving a National Medical Support Notice from the division of child support?
  20. § 388-14A-4135 - What must the plan administrator do when the obligated parent has health insurance but the children are not included in the coverage?
  21. § 388-14A-4140 - What must the plan administrator do when the obligated parent is eligible for health insurance but is not yet enrolled?
  22. § 388-14A-4143 - What must the plan administrator do when the employer provides health insurance but the obligated parent is not yet eligible for coverage?
  23. § 388-14A-4145 - What must the plan administrator do when the insurance plan in which the obligated parent is enrolled does not provide coverage which is accessible to the children?
  24. § 388-14A-4150 - What must the plan administrator do when the obligated parent has more than one family?
  25. § 388-14A-4160 - Are there any limits on the amount an obligated parent may be required to pay for health insurance premiums?
  26. § 388-14A-4165 - What happens when a noncustodial parent does not earn enough to pay child support plus the health insurance premium?
  27. § 388-14A-4170 - How long does a National Medical Support Notice or other notice of enrollment remain in effect?
  28. § 388-14A-4175 - Who is required to notify the division of child support when health care coverage for the children ends?
  29. § 388-14A-4180 - When must the division of child support communicate with the health care authority?
  30. § 388-14A-4200 - Do I get credit for dependent disability payments paid on my behalf to my children?
  31. § 388-14A-4300 - What can I do if I think I'm paying more than the custodial parent is spending for day care or other special expenses for my child?
  32. § 388-14A-4301 - Can I file a petition for reimbursement if I do not receive full support enforcement services?
  33. § 388-14A-4302 - Who participates in a hearing on petition for reimbursement?
  34. § 388-14A-4303 - What happens at a hearing on petition for reimbursement?
  35. § 388-14A-4304 - What happens if the judge determines that I have paid too much for day care and special expenses?
  36. § 388-14A-4500 - What is the division of child support's license suspension program?
  37. § 388-14A-4505 - The notice of noncompliance and intent to suspend licenses
  38. § 388-14A-4510 - Who is subject to the DCS license suspension program?
  39. § 388-14A-4512 - When may the division of child support certify a noncustodial parent for license suspension?
  40. § 388-14A-4515 - How do I avoid having my license suspended for failure to pay child support?
  41. § 388-14A-4520 - Signing a payment agreement may avoid certification for noncompliance
  42. § 388-14A-4525 - How to obtain a release of certification for noncompliance
  43. § 388-14A-4527 - How does a noncustodial parent request an administrative hearing regarding license suspension?
  44. § 388-14A-4530 - What can happen at an administrative hearing regarding license suspension?
  45. § 388-14A-4535 - Can the noncustodial parent file a late request for hearing if a license has already been suspended?
  46. § 388-14A-4540 - When is a DCS conference board available regarding license suspension issues?
  47. § 388-14A-4600 - [Repealed]What is the division of child support's DCS most wanted internet site?
  48. § 388-14A-4605 - [Repealed]Whose picture can go on the division of child support's DCS most wanted internet site?
  49. § 388-14A-4610 - [Repealed]How does a noncustodial parent avoid being posted on the DCS most wanted internet site?
  50. § 388-14A-4615 - [Repealed]When does DCS remove a noncustodial parent from the DCS most wanted internet site?
  51. § 388-14A-4620 - [Repealed]What information does the division of child support post to the DCS most wanted internet site?
  52. § 388-14A-4700 - How do I ask the division of child support to prorate a child support obligation?
  53. § 388-14A-4705 - When does the division of child support prorate a monthly support obligation?
  54. § 388-14A-4710 - When does the division of child support not prorate a monthly support obligation?
  55. § 388-14A-4715 - What can I do if I don't agree with DCS' decision on whether or not to prorate support?
  56. § 388-14A-4800 - When does a child support order contain an undifferentiated amount of child support?
  57. § 388-14A-4810 - How does DCS determine if a support order contains a differentiated or undifferentiated amount of support?
  58. § 388-14A-4820 - What can I do if I don't agree with DCS' decision on whether my support order contains a differentiated or undifferentiated amount of support?
  59. § 388-14A-4830 - How does DCS divide support obligations between two or more cases when a support order does not contain a differentiated amount of support?
  60. § 388-14A-4900 - [Effective12/31/2021]Insurers must report claim information to the division of child support and withhold payments if directed

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