Enforcement of support UIFSA
(1)The state department shall be the state information agency for the “Uniform Interstate Family Support Act”, article 5 of title 14, C.R.S., in this state and reciprocal laws of other states; and, in this capacity, the state department shall:
(a)Assist county departments and other agencies to carry out their responsibilities, powers, and duties to establish and enforce the liability of parents for the support of their minor children;
(b)Aid in the location of deserting parents through the operation of the state parent locator service established in section 26-13-107, obtain and transmit pertinent information and data from public officials and agencies, and assist in the training of local personnel employed to locate such parents;
(c)Stimulate and encourage cooperation, through the holding of meetings and the exchange of information, between and among public officials, law enforcement agencies, and courts having powers and duties relating to the enforcement of the liability of parents for the support of their minor children, including cooperation with public officials, agencies, and courts of other states and the federal government, and, upon request or when required to do so by other provisions of law, advise such officials, agencies, and courts in the exercise of such powers or in the performance of such duties;
(d)Develop, or assist in the development of, appropriate forms, guides, manuals, handbooks, and other materials which may be necessary or useful effectively to accomplish the objectives of this section;
(e)Adopt any rules and regulations which may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this article.
Section 26-13-109 — Enforcement of support UIFSA,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-26.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).