Pursuant to a subpoena for records issued under the code of civil procedure or K.S.A. 39-7,144, and amendments thereto, the secretary or a title IV-D agency of another state shall
have access to information related to a IV-D case that is in the custody or control
of an individual or private entity as follows:
(a) Each party to a paternity or child support proceeding in any case included in
the state case registry shall provide, and update as appropriate, information about
the location and identity of the party. To the extent such information exists, it shall include but not be limited to the
person's full name, social security number, residential and mailing addresses, telephone
number, driver's license number and the name, address and telephone number of the
(b) Any employer shall promptly provide information on the employment, compensation
and benefits of any individual employed by such person or entity as an employee or
(c) Any person or entity holding customer records of a public utility or cable television
company shall comply with a subpoena for information about an individual consisting
of the individual's name, address, employer, or employer's address as reflected in
(d) A financial institution shall promptly provide information upon request about
an individual or the individual's property of liabilities.
(e) Confidential information received by the secretary under this section shall be
subject to the safeguards of K.S.A. 39-759 and amendments thereto.
(f) This section shall be part of and supplemental to article 7 of chapter 39 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated.
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