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When may the division of child support certify a noncustodial parent for license suspension?

The division of child support (DCS) may certify a noncustodial parent (NCP) as being in noncompliance with a support order and may request the department of licensing (DOL) or any other licensing entity to suspend the NCP's license if:
(1) The NCP has failed to make a timely objection to a notice of noncompliance served under WAC 388-14A-4505. A timely objection must be filed within twenty days of receipt of the notice, or within sixty days of receipt if the notice was served outside of the state of Washington;
(2) The NCP has failed to file a motion with the appropriate court or administrative forum to modify the child support obligation within twenty days of service of the notice of noncompliance served under WAC 388-14A-4505 (or within sixty days if the notice was served outside of the state of Washington);
(3) The NCP has failed to comply with a payment agreement entered into under WAC 388-14A-4520;
(4) A hearing results in a final administrative order which determines that the NCP is not in compliance with a child support order and has not made a good faith effort to comply;
(5) The court enters a judgment on a petition for judicial review upholding an administrative order that determined that the NCP is not in compliance with a child support order and did not made a good faith effort to comply;
(6) The NCP has failed to comply with a payment schedule ordered by an administrative law judge (ALJ) under WAC 388-14A-4530; or
(7) The NCP failed to make satisfactory progress toward modification of the support order after a stay was granted under WAC 388-14A-4515(2).
[Statutory Authority: 2009 c 408, RCW 34.05.060, 43.20A.550, 74.04.055, 74.04.057, 74.20A.310, 74.20A.320(10), and 74.20A.350(14). WSR 10-03-029, ยง 388-14A-4512, filed 1/12/10, effective 2/12/10.]
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