Section 3123.031 | Default notice contents.
The default notice shall contain all of the following:
(A) The date on which it is sent;
(B) A statement that the obligor is in default under a support order;
(C) The amount of arrearages the obligor owes due to the default as of the date the default notice is sent;
(D) A statement that any arrearages owed by the obligor that arise after the default notice is sent and during the period of default will be added to the obligor's total child support obligation and will be subject to collection efforts without further default notice;
(E) A statement of the types of withholding or deduction requirements and related notices described in section 3121.03 of the Revised Code or the types of court orders described in sections 3121.03, 3121.04 to 3121.08, and 3121.12 of the Revised Code that will be issued for payment of support and arrearages and the amount that will be withheld or deducted pursuant to those requirements;
(F) A statement that any notice for the withholding or deduction of an amount from income or assets applies to all current and subsequent payors of the obligor and financial institutions in which the obligor has an account and that any withholding or deduction requirement and related notice described in section 3121.03 of the Revised Code or any court order described in sections 3121.03, 3121.04 to 3121.08, and 3121.12 of the Revised Code that is issued will not be discontinued solely because the obligor pays arrearages;
(G) A statement that the obligor may file with the child support enforcement agency, within seven business days after the date on which the default notice is sent, a written request for an administrative hearing under section 3123.04 of the Revised Code;
(H) A statement that, if the obligor files a timely written request for an administrative hearing, the obligor may file with the court, within seven business days after the agency makes its determinations under the administrative hearing, a written motion for a court hearing under section 3123.05 of the Revised Code;
(I) An explanation of the administrative and court action that will take place if the obligor files a timely written request or motion for an administrative or court hearing;
(K) A statement that a withholding notice may be issued in accordance with section 3123.021 of the Revised Code if the child support enforcement agency determines the obligor has obtained employment and an explanation of the provisions of section 3123.022 of the Revised Code.