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PDFWAC 388-14A-3865

Duties of the administrative law judge when a party requests a temporary support order.

(1) An administrative law judge (ALJ) who hears a request for a temporary support order must:
(a) Issue a written order which either:
(i) Determines the responsible parent's current and future support obligation beginning no later than the month following the hearing; or
(ii) Denies the request for a temporary support order.
(b) Include in the temporary order:
(i) A statement that any amounts collected under the temporary order will be credited and will be offset against any debt established in the initial decision;
(ii) A statement that amounts collected will be distributed and may be subject to recovery under WAC 388-14A-5300 from the physical custodian; and
(iii) The information required by RCW 26.23.050 and 26.18.170.
(c) Issue the temporary order within twenty calendar days of the date the request for temporary order is heard by the ALJ.
(2) If the temporary order is entered subsequent to a continuance, the ALJ must set a new hearing date within ninety days from the date of the date the ALJ hears the request for continuance;
(3) The ALJ must comply with the DSHS rules on child support and include a Washington state child support schedule worksheet when entering a temporary support order.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.08.090, 34.05.310 (4)(d) and 74.20A.055. WSR 03-20-072, § 388-14A-3865, filed 9/29/03, effective 10/30/03. Statutory Authority: RCW 74.20A.055 and 74.08.090. WSR 00-09-076, § 388-14A-3865, filed 4/18/00, effective 5/19/00. Formerly WAC 388-11-315.]
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