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When may someone ask for a temporary support order?

(1) There are two times when a temporary support order is appropriate in the course of an administrative hearing:
(a) If in a hearing to establish a support obligation or to determine the amount due under an existing order, the administrative law judge (ALJ) postpones the hearing. A postponement is also called a continuance (see WAC 388-14A-3855); or
(b) If any party files a petition for review of an initial decision which establishes or determines a current support obligation (see WAC 388-14A-3860).
(2) For the purposes of this section and WAC 388-14A-3855 through 388-14A-3875, "a party" means the division of child support (DCS), the noncustodial parent, or the physical custodian of the child.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.20A.055 and 74.08.090. WSR 00-09-076, ยง 388-14A-3850, filed 4/18/00, effective 5/19/00. Formerly WAC 388-11-210 and 388-11-315.]
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