When might DCS deny a request for address information without going through the notice and hearing process?
(1) The division of child support (DCS) denies a request for address information without going through the notice process under WAC 388-14A-2114
(a) The department has determined, under WAC 388-422-0020
, that the custodial parent (CP) has good cause for refusing to cooperate;
(b) The order, on which the request is based, restricts or limits the address requesting party's right to contact or visit the other party or the child by imposing conditions to protect the party or the child from harm;
(c) An order has been entered finding that the health, safety, or liberty of a party or child would be unreasonably put at risk by the disclosure of the information; or
(d) DCS has information which gives DCS reason to believe that release of the address may result in physical or emotional harm to the other party or to the children.
(2) Whenever DCS denies a request for disclosure under subsection (1) of this section, DCS notifies the nonrequesting party that disclosure of the address was requested and was denied.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.08.090
(4)(d) and 26.23.120
. WSR 03-20-072, § 388-14A-2135, filed 9/29/03, effective 10/30/03. Statutory Authority: RCW 26.23.120
. WSR 02-07-091, § 388-14A-2135, filed 3/19/02, effective 4/19/02.]