MANDATORY INCOME WITHHOLDING FOR CHILD SUPPORT
32-1214H. Notice of intent to enforce. If the order for health benefits fails to provide for direct enforcement, the department or other obligee may serve a written notice of intent to enforce the order on the obligor by mail or personal service. If the obligor fails to provide written proof that health benefits have been obtained or applied for within twenty (20) business days of service of the notice, or within twenty (20) business days of health benefits becoming available, the department or other obligee may proceed to enforce the order directly by sending the notice prescribed by section 32-1214C, Idaho Code.
[32-1214H, added 2003, ch. 304, sec. 9, p. 837.]
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