(A) A child support enforcement agency that receives a request for review and modification of a child support order pursuant to section 3119.77 of the Revised Code shall send to the obligor and obligee, not later than three business days after receipt of the request, notice of the review and of the date it will begin. The child support enforcement agency shall complete an administrative review in accordance with sections 3119.60 to 3119.63 of the Revised Code. The agency shall consider the obligor's call to active military service as a change of circumstances substantial enough to require a review of the child support amount.
(B) On receipt of a military power of attorney from an obligor designating another individual to act for the obligor, the child support enforcement agency shall allow the individual to act on the obligor's behalf during the agency's review of the order and shall provide the other individual with any notices required to be given under sections 3119.60 to 3119.63 of the Revised Code, including the notice sent pursuant to division (A) of this section. If, with respect to the review of a court child support order under section 3119.63 of the Revised Code, the obligor or obligee requests a court hearing, the court shall provide the individual acting on behalf of the obligor with any notices required to be given under sections 3119.67 to 3119.69 of the Revised Code. The individual acting on behalf of the obligor may not assert any right to a stay under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, 117 Stat. 2835 (2003), 50 App. U.S.C. 501 et. seq., as amended.
(C) If, after the obligor provides written notice of the date of termination of the obligor's active military service pursuant to section 3119.773 of the Revised Code, the obligor provides the child support enforcement agency with written documentation sufficient to establish that the obligor's employer has violated the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, 38 U.S.C. 4301 to 4333 , with regards to the obligor, the child support enforcement agency shall consider this change of circumstance substantial enough to require a review of the obligor's amount of support to be paid under the child support order.
Effective Date: 06-02-2004