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Title XXX DOMESTIC RELATIONS

Chapter 454

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  454.557.  Obligations not recorded in automated system, when. — 1.  A current support obligation shall not be recorded in the records maintained in the automated child support system in the following cases:

  (1)  In a IV-D case with a support order pursuant to section 454.465 or 454.470 when the division determines that payments for current support are no longer due and should no longer be made to the payment center.  The division shall notify by first class mail the obligor and obligee under the support orders that payments shall no longer be made to the payment center, and any withholding of income shall be terminated unless it is subsequently determined by the division or court having jurisdiction that payments will continue.  The division's determination shall terminate the division's support order, but shall not terminate any obligation of support established by court order.  The obligor and obligee may contest the decision of the division to terminate the division's support order by requesting a hearing within thirty days of the mailing of the notice provided pursuant to this section.  The hearing shall comply with the provisions of section 454.475;

  (2)  In all cases with a support order entered by a court when the court that issued the support order terminates such order.  The division shall also cease enforcing the order if no past support is due; or

  (3)  In all cases when the obligation of a parent to make child support payments is deemed terminated under subdivisions (1) to (4) of subsection 11 of section 452.340.

  2.  Nothing in this section shall affect or terminate the amount due for unpaid past support.

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(L. 1999  S.B. 291, A.L. 2010 H.B. 1692, et al.)


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