Oregon Statutes - Chapter 110 - Uniform Interstate Family Support Act - Section 110.405 - Registration of order for enforcement; procedure to register order for enforcement.

(1) A support order or an income-withholding order issued by a tribunal of another state may be registered in this state for enforcement.

(2) A support order or income-withholding order of another state may be registered in this state by sending the following documents and information to the Division of Child Support of the Department of Justice to forward to the registering tribunal as directed in ORS 110.369:

(a) A letter of transmittal to the tribunal requesting registration and enforcement;

(b) Two copies of all orders to be registered, including any modification of an order;

(c) A sworn statement by the party seeking registration or a certified statement by the custodian of the records showing the amount of any arrearage;

(d) The name of the obligor and, if known:

(A) The obligorís address and Social Security number;

(B) The name and address of the obligorís employer and any other source of income of the obligor; and

(C) A description and the location of property of the obligor in this state not exempt from execution; and

(e) The name and address of the obligee and, if applicable, the agency or person to whom support payments are to be remitted.

(3) On receipt of a request for registration, the registering tribunal shall cause the order to be filed as a foreign judgment, together with one copy of the documents and information, regardless of their form.

(4) A petition or comparable pleading seeking a remedy that must be affirmatively sought under other laws of this state may be filed at the same time as the request for registration or later. The pleading must specify the grounds for the remedy sought. [1993 c.449 §§35,36; 1999 c.80 §58; 1999 c.680 §2]

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