Assignment of support obligation to state
When a youth offender or other offender is in the legal or physical custody of the Oregon Youth Authority and the offender is the beneficiary of an order of support in a judgment of dissolution or other order and the youth authority is required to provide financial assistance for the care and support of the offender, the youth authority shall be assignee of and subrogated to the offender’s proportionate share of any such support obligation including sums that have accrued whether or not the support order or judgment provides for separate monthly amounts for the support of each of two or more children or a single monthly gross payment for the benefit of two or more children, up to the amount of assistance provided by the youth authority. The assignment shall be as provided in ORS 412.024 (Assignment of support rights). [1993 c.33 §258; 1999 c.80 §77; 2001 c.455 §23; 2003 c.572 §19; 2003 c.576 §453]
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