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Title XII PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE

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  208.337.  Accounts for children with custodial parents in JOBS (or FUTURES), conditions, limitations — waivers required. — 1.  The division may deposit funds into an account on behalf of children whose custodial parent is a participant in the program authorized pursuant to the provisions of sections 208.400 to 208.425, and whose noncustodial parent is participating in a state job training and adult educational program approved by the family support division.  If agreed upon by the parties, funds may also be deposited for this purpose when the noncustodial parent terminates participation in the job training or educational program, until the custodial parent completes participation in the program authorized pursuant to the provisions of sections 208.400 to 208.425.  The amount deposited for each child shall not exceed the portion of current child support paid by the noncustodial parent, to which the state of Missouri is entitled according to applicable state and federal laws.  Money so received shall be governed by this section notwithstanding other state laws and regulations to the contrary.

  2.  Any money deposited by the division on behalf of a child, as provided in subsection 3 of this section, shall be accounted for in the name of the child.  Any money in the account of a child may be expended only for care or services for the child as agreed upon by both parents.  The division shall, by rule adopted pursuant to section 454.400 and chapter 536, establish procedures for the establishment of the accounts, use, expenditure, and accounting of the money, and the protection of the money against theft, loss or misappropriation.

  3.  The division shall deposit money appropriated for the purposes of this section with the state treasurer.  Any earnings attributable to the money in the account of a child shall be credited to that child's account.

  4.  Each child for whose benefit funds have been received by the division, and the parents of such child, shall be furnished annually by the division of finance and administrative services of the department of social services with a statement listing all transactions involving the funds which have been deposited on the child's behalf, to include each receipt and disbursement, if any.

  5.  (1)  The director of the department of social services shall apply for all waivers of requirements under federal law to implement the provisions of this section.

  (2)  This program shall not be implemented until the waiver has been obtained from the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services by the director of the department of social services.

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(L. 1994 H.B. 1547 & 961 § 4, A.L. 2014 H.B. 1299 Revision)


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