91st General Assembly
Summary of HB1435
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CHILD SUPPORT-TRACKING ASSETS                                              

Synopsis of Bill as introduced:
        Amends the Illinois Public Aid Code, the  Illinois  Marriage  and      
   Dissolution  of  Marriage  Act, the Non-Support of Spouse and Children      
   Act, the Revised Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of  Support  Act,  and      
   the Illinois Parentage Act of 1984.  Provides that for the purposes of      
   enforcement  of  a  child  support  order  a  transfer made by a child      
   support obligor is fraudulent as to an obligee if the obligor made the      
   transfer with the intent to defraud the obligee or  without  receiving      
   equivalent  value  for  the  transfer.  Provides that in an action for      
   relief from a transfer by a child support obligor the State's Attorney      
   may obtain avoidance of the transfer,   an  attachment  of  the  asset      
   transferred,  an  injunction,  appointment of a receiver, or any other      
   relief circumstances may require. Amends  the  Illinois  Marriage  and      
   Dissolution  of  Marriage Act by providing that a person who willfully      
   defaults on an order for child  support  may  be  subject  to  summary      
   criminal  contempt proceedings.  Provides that each State agency shall      
   withhold, suspend, or restrict the use of  any license or  certificate      
   issued  by  that  agency to a person found guilty of criminal contempt      
   and authorizes the Department of Public Aid, in addition to others, to      
   receive location  information  for  child  support  establishment  and      
   enforcement   purposes   from   employers,   labor  unions,  telephone      
   companies, and utility companies. Amends the Uniform Interstate Family      
   Support Act. Provides that, upon  request by  a  tribunal  of  another      
   state,  a  tribunal  of this State shall issue or cause to be issued a      
   subpoena or a subpoena duces tecum requiring a person in this State to      
   appear at a deposition or before a tribunal and  answer  questions  or      
   produce    documents  or  other  tangible  things  for  the purpose of      
   obtaining information  regarding  the  person's  assets,  income,  and      
   ability  to  pay  a  support  order  or  judgment entered in the other      
   state.  Provides that a tribunal of  this  State    may  make  similar      
   requests of a tribunal in another state. Effective immediately.             
          JUDICIAL NOTE (Administrative Office of Illinois Courts)             
          No increase in the number of judges needed.                          
          STATE MANDATES NOTE (Dept. of Commerce and Community Affairs)        
          Creates a local gov't. organization and structure mandate for        
          which reimbursement is not required.                                 
Last action on Bill: SESSION SINE DIE

   Last action date: 01-01-09

           Location: House

 Amendments to Bill: AMENDMENTS ADOPTED: HOUSE -   0     SENATE -   0


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