(a) Scope and authority. Section 112A of Title 43 of the Oklahoma Statutes (43 O.S. § 112A) provides the basis for Oklahoma Department of Human
Services (DHS) Child Support Services (CSS) to collect and maintain an address
of record (AOR) for:
(1) parties and custodial persons (CP) subject to
paternity orders or child support orders entered in Oklahoma;
(2) noncustodial parents (NCP) per 56 O.S. § 237A
and Oklahoma Administrative Code 340:25-5-213;
(3) parties and CPs subject to paternity orders or
child support orders entered in other jurisdictions; and
(4) parties and CPs when voluntarily submitted.
(b) Establishment of AOR.
(1) CPs and NCPs establish the initial AOR through:
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(A) completion of Form 03EN008E, Child Support
Services - Address of Record and/or Family Violence Statement;
(B) designation in form 03EN001E, Application for
Child Support Services;
(C) a court order; or
(D) a support order summary form when services are
not provided under the DHS state Title IV-D plan per 56 O.S. § 237.
(2) When an AOR is established, it remains in
effect until it is updated per (c) of this Section. • 2 & 3
(c) Updating an AOR.
(1) A person responsible for maintaining an AOR, on
file with CSS per 43 O.S. § 112A or 56 O.S. § 237A must notify CSS of any
change in the AOR within 30-calendar days.
The person may send changes to CSS, Central Case Registry, PO Box
248843, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73124-8843 or to a district child support
office. CSS may require proof of a
person's identity before establishing or changing a person's name or the AOR
and may attempt to verify or confirm the correctness of the AOR.
(2) A CP updates an AOR:
(A) by submitting a new AOR in writing;
(B) by calling CSS customer service at 405-522-2273
in the Oklahoma City calling area, 918-295-3500 in the Tulsa calling area, or
toll-free at 1-800-522-2922. CSS updates
the mailing address by phone. CSS sends
Form 03EN008E, Address of Record and/or Family Violence Statement, in
confirmation of the mailing address update and for the CP to complete and
return an updated AOR or claim family violence; or
(C) through a court order.
(3) An NCP updates an AOR:
(A) by submitting a new AOR in writing; or • 5
(B) through a court order.