(a) When a support order or income withholding order issued in another state or a
foreign support order is registered, the registering tribunal of this state shall
notify the nonregistering party. The notice shall be accompanied by a copy of the registered order and the documents
and relevant information accompanying the order.
(b) A notice shall inform the nonregistering party:
(1) that a registered order is enforceable as of the date of registration in the same
manner as an order issued by a tribunal of this state;
(2) that a hearing to contest the validity or enforcement of the registered order
shall be requested within twenty days after notice unless the registered order is
under section 42-748.07;
(3) that failure to contest the validity or enforcement of the registered order in
a timely manner will result in confirmation of the order and enforcement of the order
and the alleged arrearages; and
(4) of the amount of any alleged arrearages.
(c) If the registering party asserts that two or more orders are in effect, a notice
(1) identify the two or more orders and the order alleged by the registering party
to be the controlling order and the consolidated arrearages, if any;
(2) notify the nonregistering party of the right to a determination of which is the
(3) state that the procedures provided in subsection (b) of this section apply to
the determination of which is the controlling order; and
(4) state that failure to contest the validity or enforcement of the order alleged
to be the controlling order in a timely manner may result in confirmation that the
order is the controlling order.
(d) Upon registration of an income withholding order for enforcement, the support
enforcement agency or the registering tribunal shall notify the obligor's employer
pursuant to the Income Withholding for Child Support Act or sections 42-347 to 42-381.
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