A child support enforcement agency is not required to review a child support order
if the review is not otherwise required by section 666(a)(10) of Title 42 of the U.S. Code, “Family Support Act of 1988,” 102 Stat. 2346, 42 U.S.C. 666(a)(10), as amended, and any regulations adopted pursuant to, or to enforce, that section
and any of the following apply:
(A) The obligee has made an assignment under section 5107.20 of the Revised Code of the right to receive child support payments, the agency determines that good cause
pursuant to section 5107.05 of the Revised Code exists with respect to the children who are the subject of the child support order,
and neither the obligor nor the obligee has requested that the review be conducted.
(B) The obligee has not made an assignment under section 5107.20 of the Revised Code of the right to receive child support payments and neither the obligor nor the obligee
has requested that the review be conducted.
(C) Neither the obligor nor the obligee resides in this state.
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