§9:315.26. Collection of past due child support
A. In addition to any other legal remedies provided by law, any party may seek the collection of past due child support from federal tax refunds by sending notice to the federal secretary of the treasury that a person owes past due support. The party shall comply with all rules and regulations imposed by the secretary of the treasury and by the federal secretary of health and human services, including payment of any fee assessed by the secretary of the treasury for the cost of applying the offset procedure.
B. As used in this Part, “past due child support” means the amount of a delinquency determined under a court order under state law for support and maintenance of a child.
C. A court in a civil proceeding has jurisdiction to render a judgment for past due support which has accrued under a civil court order for support and also has limited jurisdiction to render a judgment for past due support which has accrued under any criminal or juvenile court order for support.
Acts 2006, No. 478, §1, eff. June 22, 2006.