A child support enforcement agency may submit the name of a delinquent obligor to the office of child support for inclusion on a poster only if all of the following apply:
(A) The obligor is subject to a support order and there has been an attempt to enforce the order through a public notice, a wage withholding order, a lien on property, a financial institution deduction order, or other court-ordered procedures.
(B) The department of job and family services reviewed the obligor's records and confirms the child support enforcement agency's finding that the obligor's name and photograph may be submitted to be displayed on a poster.
(C) The agency does not know or is unable to verify the obligor's whereabouts.
(D) The obligor is not a participant in Ohio works first or the prevention, retention, and contingency program or a recipient of disability financial assistance, supplemental security income, or supplemental nutrition assistance program benefits.
(E) The child support enforcement agency does not have evidence that the obligor has filed for protection under the federal Bankruptcy Code, 11 U.S.C.A. 101, as amended.
(F) The obligee gave written authorization to the agency to display the obligor on a poster.
(G) A legal representative of the agency and a child support enforcement administrator reviewed the case.
(H) The agency is able to submit to the department a description and photograph of the obligor, a statement of the possible locations of the obligor, and any other information required by the department.
Amended by 128th General AssemblyFile No.9, HB 1, §101.01, eff. 10/16/2009.
Effective Date: 06-26-2003