C.R.S. Section 19-1-309.3
Exchange of information for child support purposes

  • process

The state court administrator of the judicial department and the executive director of the state department of human services, or their designees, shall design a process for exchanging information related to dependency or neglect actions, parentage actions, and any other actions brought pursuant to this title, as contemplated in sections 19-1-303 (4.4), 19-1-308, and 19-1-309, for purposes of locating responsible parties to pay child support, establishing paternity and child support, including child support debt pursuant to section 14-14-104, C.R.S., enforcing child support orders, disbursing collected child support payments, and facilitating the efficient and effective delivery of services under articles 13 and 13.5 of title 26, C.R.S. The process shall allow for the exchange of information by the state child support enforcement agency or the delegate child support enforcement units prior to or after intervention by the agency or units in an action brought pursuant to this title. Except for the limited purposes of the duties described in this section, the state child support enforcement agency or a delegate child support enforcement unit shall maintain the confidentiality of the information received pursuant to this part 3 and such information shall not be subject to discovery.

Source: Section 19-1-309.3 — Exchange of information for child support purposes - process, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-19.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

19–1–101
Short title
19–1–102
Legislative declaration
19–1–103
Definitions
19–1–104
Jurisdiction
19–1–105
Right to counsel and jury trial
19–1–106
Hearings - procedure - record
19–1–107
Social study and other reports
19–1–108
Magistrates - qualifications - duties
19–1–109
Appeals - child welfare appeals workgroup - created - reports
19–1–110
Previous orders and decrees - force and effect
19–1–111
Appointment of guardian ad litem
19–1–111.5
Court-appointed special advocate
19–1–112
Search warrants for the protection of children
19–1–113
Emergency protection orders
19–1–114
Order of protection
19–1–115
Legal custody - guardianship - placement out of the home - petition for review for need of placement
19–1–115.3
Missing children and youth from out-of-home placement - required reporting to law enforcement
19–1–115.5
Placement of children out of home - legislative declaration
19–1–115.7
Foster care prevention services - provision of services - rights and remedies - exchange of information
19–1–116
Funding - alternatives to placement out of the home - services to prevent continued involvement in child welfare system
19–1–117.7
Requests for placement - legal custody by grandparents
19–1–123
Expedited procedures for permanent placement - children under the age of six years - designated counties
19–1–124
Providers of children’s services using federal or state moneys - use of state accounting standards
19–1–125
Family stabilization services
19–1–126
Compliance with the federal “Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978”
19–1–127
Responsibility for placement and care
19–1–129
Department - research authorized - prenatal substance exposure - newborn and family outcomes - report
19–1–130
Access to services related to out-of-home placement - definitions
19–1–131
Children of parents who are incarcerated - rules
19–1–201
Legislative intent
19–1–202
Creation of CASA programs
19–1–203
Program director
19–1–204
Training requirements
19–1–205
Selection of CASA volunteers
19–1–206
Appointment of CASA volunteers
19–1–207
Restrictions
19–1–208
Duties of CASA volunteer
19–1–209
Role and responsibilities of guardians ad litem - other parties
19–1–210
Access to information
19–1–211
Confidentiality
19–1–212
Liability
19–1–213
State CASA entity - duties - state court administrator duties - state court-appointed special advocate fund - definitions
19–1–301
Short title
19–1–302
Legislative declaration
19–1–303
General provisions - delinquency and dependency and neglect cases - exchange of information - civil penalty - rules - definitions
19–1–304
Juvenile delinquency records - division of youth services critical incident information - definitions
19–1–305
Operation of juvenile facilities
19–1–306
Expungement of juvenile delinquent records - definition
19–1–307
Dependency and neglect records and information - access - fee - records and reports fund - misuse of information - penalty - adult protective services data system check - rules
19–1–308
Parentage information
19–1–309
Relinquishments and adoption information
19–1–309.3
Exchange of information for child support purposes - process
19–1–309.5
Adoptive family resource registry
Green check means up to date. Up to date

Current through Fall 2024

§ 19-1-309.3’s source at colorado​.gov