(2) Rules. For the procedures under this subchapter for the administrative enforcement of support
obligations, the department shall promulgate rules related to all of the following:
(a) Establishing guidelines for appropriate payment plans or alternative payment arrangements
for the payment by obligors of delinquent support.
(b) Providing notice of administrative support enforcement proceedings to obligees
of delinquent support. The department may provide that notice be given to the obligee of the delinquent
support whenever an enforcement proceeding under this subchapter is initiated or that
notice be provided only upon request.
(c) Specifying the level of support that is overdue before an individual is considered
to be delinquent in the payment of support for purposes of the administrative support
enforcement proceedings under this subchapter. The rules shall provide that, for support that is payable on a periodic basis, an
amount equal to at least 100 percent of the amount due in one month must be in arrears
before the department may initiate any administrative support enforcement proceeding
under this subchapter.
(3) Review of circuit court commissioner decisions. If a circuit court commissioner conducts a hearing in any administrative support
enforcement proceeding under s. 49.852, 49.856 or 49.857, the department or the obligor may, within 15 business days after the date that the
circuit court commissioner makes his or her decision, request review of the decision
by the court with jurisdiction over the matter.
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