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Illinois Statutes Chapter 750. Families § 46/803.Information to State Case Registry

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??803. ?Information to State Case Registry.

(a)?In this Section:

?Order for support?, ?obligor?, ?obligee?, and ?business day? are defined as set forth in the Income Withholding for Support Act.

?State Case Registry? means the State Case Registry established under Section 10-27 of the Illinois Public Aid Code.

(b)?Each order for support entered or modified by the circuit court under this Act shall require that the obligor and obligee file with the clerk of the circuit court (i) the information required by this Section (and any other information required under Title IV, Part D of the Social Security Act or by the federal Department of Health and Human Services) at the time of entry or modification of the order for support; ?and (ii) updated information within 5 business days of any change. ?Failure of the obligor or obligee to file or update the required information shall be punishable as in cases of contempt. ?The failure shall not prevent the court from entering or modifying the order for support, however.

(c)?The obligor shall file the following information: ?the obligor's name, date of birth, mailing address, and the obligor's social security number or tax identification number. ?If either the obligor or the obligee receives child support enforcement services from the Department of Healthcare and Family Services under Article X of the Illinois Public Aid Code, the obligor shall also file the following information: ?the obligor's telephone number, driver's license number, residential address (if different from the obligor's mailing address), and the name, address, and telephone number of the obligor's employer or employers.

(d)?The obligee shall file the following information:

(1)?The name of the obligee and the name of the child or children covered by the order for support.

(2)?The dates of birth of the obligee and the child or children covered by the order for support.

(3)?The social security numbers or tax identification numbers of the obligee and the child or children covered by the order for support.

(4)?The obligee's mailing address.

(e)?In cases in which the obligee receives child support enforcement services from the Department of Healthcare and Family Services under Article X of the Illinois Public Aid Code, the order for support shall (i) require that the obligee file the information required under subsection (d) with the Department of Healthcare and Family Services for inclusion in the State Case Registry, rather than file the information with the clerk, and (ii) require that the obligee include the following additional information:

(1)?The obligee's telephone and driver's license number.

(2)?The obligee's residential address, if different from the obligee's mailing address.

(3)?The name, address, and telephone number of the obligee's employer or employers.

The order for support shall also require that the obligee update the information filed with the Department of Healthcare and Family Services within 5 business days of any change.

(f)?The clerk of the circuit court shall provide the information filed under this Section, together with the court docket number and county in which the order for support was entered, to the State Case Registry within 5 business days after receipt of the information.

(g)?In a case in which a party is receiving child support enforcement services under Article X of the Illinois Public Aid Code, the clerk of the circuit court shall provide the following additional information to the State Case Registry within 5 business days after entry or modification of an order for support or request from the Department of Healthcare and Family Services:

(1)?the amount of monthly or other periodic support owed under the order for support and other amounts, including arrearage, interest, or late payment penalties and fees, due or overdue under the order; ?and

(2)?any amounts that have been received by the clerk, and the distribution of those amounts by the clerk.

(h)?Information filed by the obligor and obligee under this Section that is not specifically required to be included in the body of an order for support under other laws is not a public record and shall be treated as confidential and subject to disclosure only in accordance with the provisions of this Section, Section 10-27 of the Illinois Public Aid Code, and Title IV, Part D of the Social Security Act.

Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Illinois Statutes Chapter 750. Families § 46/803.Information to State Case Registry - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/il/chapter-750-families/il-st-sect-750-46-803/


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