N.Y. Domestic Relations Law Section 240-B
Order of support by parent


When the court makes an order of support pursuant to § 240 (Custody and child support)section two hundred forty of this article, and where permitted under federal law and where the record of the proceedings contains such information, the court shall require the social security number of such parent to be affixed to such order; provided, however, that no such order shall be invalid because of the omission of such number. Where the record of the proceedings contains such information, such order shall also include on its face the name and address of the employer, if any, of the person chargeable with support provided, however, that failure to comply with this requirement shall not invalidate such order. Where the order of child support or combined child and spouse support is made on behalf of persons in receipt of public assistance or in receipt of services pursuant to Social Services Law § 111-G (Availability of paternity and support services)section one hundred eleven-g of the social services law, the court shall require each party to provide, and update upon any change, the following information to the court by reporting such change to the support collection unit designated by the appropriate social services district: social security number, residential and mailing addresses, telephone number, driver’s license number; and name, address and telephone number of the parties’ employers. Due process requirements for notice and service of process for subsequent hearings are met, with respect to such party, upon sending written notice by first class mail to the most recent residential address on record with the support collection unit; or by sending by first class mail written notice to the most recent employer address on record with the support collection unit, if a true copy thereof also is sent by first class mail to the most recent residential address on record with the support collection unit. Any such order issued on or after the first day of October, nineteen hundred ninety-nine shall also include, where available, the social security number of each child on whose behalf support has been ordered.

Source: Section 240-B — Order of support by parent, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/DOM/240-B (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Dec. 2, 2023).

230
Required residence of parties
231
Residence of married persons
232
Notice of nature of matrimonial action
233
Sequestration of defendant’s property in action for divorce, separation or annulment where defendant cannot be personally served
234
Title to or occupancy and possession of property
235
Information as to details of matrimonial actions or proceedings
236
Special controlling provisions
237
Counsel fees and expenses
238
Expenses in enforcement and modification proceedings
239
Stay in divorce or separation action on default of payment
240
Custody and child support
240–A
Judgment or decree
240–B
Order of support by parent
240–C
Review and cost of living adjustment of child support orders
240–D
Support orders for certain adult dependents
241
Interference with or withholding of visitation rights
243
Security for payments by defendant in action for divorce, separation or annulment
244
Enforcement by execution of judgment or order in action for divorce, separation or annulment
244–A
Enforcement of arrears which accrue during pendency of an enforcement proceeding
244–B
Child support proceedings and enforcement of arrears
244–C
Child support proceedings and enforcement of arrears
244–D
Child support proceedings and enforcement of arrears
245
Enforcement by contempt proceedings of judgment or order in action for divorce, separation or annulment
246
Persons financially unable to comply with orders or judgments directing the payment of alimony
247
Alimony or maintenance payments suspended during confinement in prison
248
Modification of judgment or order in action for divorce or annulment
249
Trial preferences in matrimonial actions
250
Agreements relating to marriage
251
Filing of order in family court
252
Effect of pendency of action for divorce, separation or annulment on petition for order of protection
253
Removal of barriers to remarriage
254
Confidentiality
255
Prerequisites for judgments under articles nine, ten and eleven of this chapter

Accessed:
Dec. 2, 2023

Last modified:
Sep. 22, 2014

§ 240-B’s source at nysenate​.gov

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