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Oklahoma FAQs

What is the Child Support Lien Network (CSLN)?

The State of Rhode Island established the Child Support Lien Network in 1999 to publish data from states' delinquent child support obligor file into one accessible, easy-to-use database for the purpose of asset matching, specifically intercepting insurance settlements owed to delinquent child support obligors. States outside of New England may join CSLN through the execution of an interstate agreement with Rhode Island.

How can I get a copy of Oklahoma laws on child support enforcement?

You can view a copy of the relevant Oklahoma laws on child support enforcement by clicking on the Laws navigation link on the left side of this page. You can also get a copy of the law faxed or e-mailed to you by calling 888-240-7488 or e-mailing us at contact@childsupportliens.com.

Is this child support information on a secure web site?

All access and transfer of information is secure and all information is encrypted for privacy and confidentiality.

How is an insurance company protected from liability in those states that do not have child support insurance intercept laws?

The legal foundation for child support insurance intercept originated with the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) of 1996. A complete review of this and related laws and how they apply to child support insurance intercept and the Child Support Lien Network is here. Additional protection was given insurers in 2005 with the passing of the Deficit Reduction Act. A copy of the section that applies is here.

How often will the state update the database?

The Oklahoma Child Support Enforcement Division will update the delinquent listing and database twice each month. The frequency of updates may be changed at any time. Please note the date of file when accessing this information.

What if the claimant or beneficiary does not have a Social Security number?

If the claimant or beneficiary does not have a Social Security number, the insurance company may match the claimant or beneficiary's name and date of birth against Oklahoma Child Support Enforcement Division information.

What if there is a match, but the claimant or beneficiary says that he or she doesn't owe past-due child support?

Tell the claimant/beneficiary to contact the child support enforcement authority listed on the insurance settlement intercept document.

 

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