PART 9. PROCEDURES BEFORE THE
BUREAU FOR CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT.
§48-14-901. Procedure when person contests action proposed to be taken against him.
(a) In any case arising under the provisions of this article wherein a notice is served upon a person requiring him or her to notify the bureau for child support enforcement if the person is contesting action proposed to be taken against him:

(1) If the person so notified does not submit written reasons for contesting the action within the time set to contest the proposed action, and does not request a meeting with the bureau for child support enforcement, then the bureau for child support enforcement shall proceed with the proposed action; or

(2) If the person so notified does submit written reasons for contesting the action within the time set to contest the proposed action, and requests a meeting with the bureau for child support enforcement, then the bureau for child support enforcement shall schedule a meeting at the earliest practicable time with the person and attempt to resolve the matter informally.

(b) If the matter cannot be resolved informally, the bureau for child support enforcement shall make a determination as to whether the proposed action is proper and should actually occur.

(c) The determination of the bureau for child support enforcement shall be made within forty-five days from the date of the notice which first apprised the person of the proposed action. Upon making the determination, the bureau for child support enforcement shall inform the parties as to whether or not the proposed action will occur, and, if it is to occur, of the date on which it is to begin, and in the case of withholding from income, shall furnish the obligor with the information contained in any notice given to an employer under the provisions of section 14-407 with respect to such withholding.