Can DCS ever release address information without notice?
(1) The division of child support (DCS) does not follow the notice and hearing process of WAC 388-14A-2114
(b) The CP has provided a written release as provided in WAC 388-14A-2115
(c) The NCP has not filed a written request as provided in WAC 388-14A-2120
(d) A court order requires DCS to release the address information.
(2) DCS is not required to mail a notice prior to disclosure if the requesting party presents a facially valid warrant or a judicial finding that:
(a) The other party will likely flee to avoid service of process; or
(b) The other party will likely flee and that:
(i) A court of competent jurisdiction of this state or another state has entered an order giving legal and physical custody of a child whose address is requested to the requesting party; and
(ii) The custody order has not been altered, changed, modified, superseded, or dismissed; and
(iii) A child was taken or enticed from the address requesting party's physical custody without that party's consent; and
(iv) The address requesting party has not subsequently assented to being deprived of physical custody of the children; and
(v) The address requesting party is making reasonable efforts to regain physical custody of the child.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 26.23.120
. WSR 02-07-091, § 388-14A-2125, filed 3/19/02, effective 4/19/02; WSR 01-03-089, § 388-14A-2125, filed 1/17/01, effective 2/17/01. Formerly WAC 388-14-030 and 388-14-040.]