§9:315.24. Child support enforcement; revocatory and oblique actions
A. A party to whom child support is owed, including the Department of Children and Family Services when rendering child support enforcement services, may seek enforcement of a child support obligation by any lawful means provided by law, including the use of a revocatory or oblique action brought pursuant to the provisions of Civil Code Article 2036 et seq.
B. In cases wherein the Department of Children and Family Services is providing support enforcement services and has reason to believe that an obligor acted or failed to act in such a way that caused or increased his insolvency, the department shall seek either of the following:
(1) To institute a revocatory or oblique action in a court of competent jurisdiction to annul an act or exercise a right of the obligor which caused or increased the insolvency.
(2) To obtain a settlement in the best interest of the child support obligee.
Acts 1997, No. 1246, §1, eff. July 1, 1997.