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(a) If a review is initiated by the agency because a medical support order is not in effect, a medical support order does not comply with 15 AAC 125.085 or AS 25.27.063 , or the existing support order does not contain a provision for post-majority support to continue under the circumstances described in AS 25.27.061 , the agency may seek a modification of the support order only to include a medical support order, to modify the existing medical support order, or to add post-majority support without first issuing a notice of petition for modification or completing a full review of financial information. If the agency elects to proceed under this section, no other provision of the support order may be modified.
(b) If the support order was issued by or registered with the agency, the agency may add a medical support provision or a post-majority support provision to the order or modify an existing medical support provision under (a) of this section by sending a notice by first class mail or by electronic means to the parents subject to the support order and, if appropriate, to a child support agency of another state. The notice must state that a medical support order or a post-majority support provision is being included in the support order or that an existing medical support order is being modified. Either parent may appeal this decision by submitting a written request for a formal hearing. The provisions of 15 AAC 05.010 and 15 AAC 05.025 - 15 AAC 05.040 regarding formal hearings apply to an appeal under this subsection.
History: Eff. 10/1/98, Register 147; am 4/1/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 25.27.020
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