Each support order, or modification of a support order, shall contain a notice that states the following in boldface type and in all capital letters:
"Each party to this support order MUST notify the child support enforcement agency in writing of HIS OR HER current mailing address, current residence address, current residence telephone number, current driver's license number, and of any changes in that information. EACH PARTY MUST notify the agency of all changes until further notice from the court or agency, whichever issued the support order. If you are the obligor under a child support order and you fail to make the required notifications, you may be fineD UP TO $50 for a first offense, $100 for a second offense, and $500 for each subsequent offense. If YOU ARE AN OBLIGOR or obligee UNDER ANY SUPPORT ORDER issued by a court and you willfully fail to give the required notices, you may be found in contempt of court and be subjected to fines up to $1,000 and imprisonment for not more than 90 days.
If you are an obligor and you fail to give the required notices, you may not receive notice of the following enforcement actions against you: imposition of liens against your property; loss of your professional or occupational license, driver's license, or recreational license; withholding from your income; access restriction and deduction from your accounts in financial institutions; and any other action permitted by law to obtain money from you to satisfy your support obligation."
Cite as R.C. § 3121.29
History. Effective Date: 2000 SB180 03-22-2001