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Chapter 454

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  454.536.  Records of payments and disbursements kept by division — clerks to certify records, when — non IV-D cases, procedure. — 1.  The division shall maintain or cause to be maintained records showing payments and disbursements made by the payment center.  The records shall be maintained in the automated child support system established pursuant to this chapter.  The records shall include the amount of current support due and the total amount due for past unpaid support, and payment and disbursement records previously maintained by the circuit clerks of this state.

  2.  The circuit clerk shall certify the records of past payments and disbursements to the payment center at the time payments are directed to be made to the center.  The payment and disbursement records of the circuit clerks, as shown on the automated child support system, shall be deemed certified by the clerks.  The division or circuit clerk shall record or cause to be recorded other credits against a support order.  Credits allowed pursuant to this section shall include, but not be limited to, abatements pursuant to section 452.340, in-kind payments pursuant to section 454.432, amounts collected from an obligor from federal and state income tax refunds, state lottery payments, Social Security payments, unemployment and workers' compensation benefits, income withholdings authorized by law, liens, garnishment* actions, and any other amounts required to be credited by state law.

  3.  In a case that is not a IV-D case, the division shall only record payments that are received by the payment center, with all other credits recorded by the clerk.  The division may change the name and address information as shown on the automated child support system based on information received by the payment center.  In cases in which payments are to be made to the payment center, obligors and obligees shall notify the payment center of any changes in their names or addresses.  Such notice shall be sufficient notice for the division for purposes of section 454.413.


(L. 1999 S.B. 291)

Effective 7-01-99

*Word "garnishments" appears in original rolls.

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