If an obligor or obligee under a child support order timely requests an administrative hearing pursuant to section 3119.90 of the Revised Code, the child support enforcement agency shall schedule a hearing on the issue, give the parties notice of the date, time, and location of the hearing, and conduct the hearing. On completion of the hearing, the child support enforcement agency shall issue a decision. The decision shall include a notice stating that the obligor or obligee may object to the decision by filing a motion within thirty days after the issuance of the decision in one of the following courts requesting a determination as to whether the order should be terminated or whether any other appropriate determination regarding the order should be made:
(A) With respect to a court child support order, in the court that issued the order or that otherwise has jurisdiction over the order;
(B) With respect to an administrative child support order, the juvenile court or other court with jurisdiction under section 2101.022 or 2301.03 of the Revised Code of the county in which the agency that issued the order is located.
The notice shall also state that if neither the obligor nor the obligee files the motion within the thirty-day period, the administrative hearing decision is final and will be filed with the court or in the administrative case file.
Effective Date: 03-22-2001