Section 3111.42 | Attaching notice to order.
A child support enforcement agency shall attach a notice to each order for genetic testing and send both to the mother and the alleged father. The notice shall state all of the following:
(A) That the agency has been asked to determine the existence of a parent and child relationship between a child and the alleged named father;
(B) The name and birthdate of the child of which the man is alleged to be the natural father;
(C) The name of the mother and the alleged natural father;
(D) The rights and responsibilities of a parent;
(E) That the child, the mother, and the alleged father must submit to genetic testing at the date, time, and place determined by the agency in the order issued pursuant to section 3111.41 of the Revised Code;
(F) The administrative procedure for determining the existence of a parent and child relationship;
(G) That if the alleged father or natural mother willfully fails to submit to genetic testing, or the alleged father, natural mother, or the custodian of the child willfully fails to submit the child to genetic testing, the agency will issue an order that it is inconclusive whether the alleged father is the child's natural father;
(H) That if the alleged father or natural mother willfully fails to submit to genetic testing, or the alleged father, natural mother, or custodian of the child willfully fails to submit the child to genetic testing, they may be found in contempt of court.
Available Versions of this Section
- March 22, 2001 – Senate Bill 180 - 123rd General Assembly [ View March 22, 2001 Version ]