2022 Wyoming Statutes
Title 20 - Domestic Relations
Chapter 2 - Dissolution of Marriage
Article 4 - Medical Support for Children
Section 20-2-403 - Department of Family Services; Duties of Department and Custodial Parent; Rules and Regulations.
20-2-403. Department of family services; duties of department and custodial parent; rules and regulations.
(a) In IV-D cases where the noncustodial parent is required to provide health care coverage pursuant to a child support order, and for whom the employer is known, the department shall enforce the provision of court ordered health care coverage for dependent children, where appropriate, through the use of the national medical support notice as provided by federal or state law, unless alternate coverage is allowed by any order of the court or tribunal, including:
(i) Cash contributions for health insurance coverage premiums through the custodial parent's employment;
(ii) Private coverage, unrelated to the noncustodial parent's employment.
(b) The department shall transfer the national medical support notice to the employer within two (2) business days after an employee who is an obligor in a IV-D case is entered in the state directory of new hires.
(c) The department shall promptly notify the employer when there is no longer a current order for medical support in effect for which the department is responsible.
(d) The custodial parent, in consultation with the department, shall promptly select from available insurance plan options when the insurance plan administrator reports that there is more than one (1) option available under the plan, and shall take into consideration the income withholding of, and costs to, the obligor.
(e) The department shall, through rules and regulations, develop procedures to determine when it is appropriate to utilize the national medical support notice.