(a) A support enforcement agency or tribunal of this state shall disburse promptly any amounts received pursuant to a support order, as directed by the order. The agency or tribunal shall furnish to a requesting party or tribunal of another state or a foreign country a certified statement by the custodian of the record of the amounts and dates of all payments received.
(b) If neither the obligor, nor the obligee who is an individual, nor the child resides in this state, upon request from the support enforcement agency of this state or another state, the support enforcement agency of this state or a tribunal of this state shall:
(1) Direct that the support payment be made to the support enforcement agency in the state in which the obligee is receiving services; and
(2) Issue and send to the obligors employer a conforming income-withholding order or an administrative notice of change of payee, reflecting the redirected payments.
(c) The support enforcement agency of this state receiving redirected payments from another state pursuant to a law similar to subsection (b) shall furnish to a requesting party or tribunal of the other state a certified statement by the custodian of the record of the amount and dates of all payments received.
Acts 2010, ch. 901, § 1.
Compiler's Notes. Former part 23, §§ 36-5-2301 - 36-5-2319 (Acts 1997, ch. 551, § 2), concerning civil provisions of general application under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act, is repealed and reenacted by Acts 2010, ch. 901, § 1, upon completion of the provisions in § 2 of the act. Acts 2010, ch. 901, § 2 provides that the act take effect as soon as possible after the United States deposits the instrument of ratification for The Hague Convention on the International Recovery of Child Support and Other Forms of Family Maintenance, the department of human services shall file a notice with the secretary of state, who shall publish the notice in the Tennessee Administrative Register on the secretary of state's web site, stating the date on which the instrument of ratification was deposited and the date designated by the department in the notice that this act takes effect; provided the effective date shall not exceed six (6) months from the date of such notice, the public welfare requiring it. For provisions in effect prior to the date designated by the department of human services, see the preceding version of this part.