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Relating to the duties of the Title IV-D agency regarding the
collection, modification, and enforcement of child support.
Estimated Two-year Net Impact to General Revenue Related Funds for SB 1675, Committee
Report 1st House, Substituted: a positive impact of $13,177,049 through the biennium ending
August 31, 2021.
The bill would make no appropriation but could provide the legal basis for an appropriation of
funds to implement the provisions of the bill.
SB 1675 would create a new expedited administrative procedure for Title IV-D cases for when a noncustodial parent will be incarcerated for more than 180 days. The bill will also remove the $25 annual service fee for Title IV cases and states that the maximum fee can not exceed the fee required by federal law. This provision is to bring the state in compliance with federal law. Finally, the bill gives judges more time to review Child Support Review Process cases.
Texas Action is neutral on SB 1675 because it does not affect our liberty principles.