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Updates, Tips, and Changes for Paternity & Establishment

As we all know, CSS stays basically the same and yet has an ever-changing landscape. The initial way that updates, tips, or changes are usually provided to everyone is by an all-encompassing email. Too often, in the wake of everyday work, that email is either not read, or is lost in the mass of everyday email. Now you can come to one place within a CSQuest functional category to see all updates, tips, or changes sent by an OCSS.All email that indicate a CSS or related process update, tip, or change.

Note: New emails could be updated into this article on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. When the information no longer applies, it will be deleted from the listing.

Paternity Pre-Audit report CS370M01

From: Ronnie Owens
Tue 8/10/2021 10:23 AM
To: *OCSS.ALL

Paternity Pre-Audit Report CS370M01 – Jul 2021.xlsx 192 KB

Good morning,

Here is the most recent CS370M01 Paternity Pre-Audit Report. This report will be sent quarterly and can be found in the Shared Documents folder on the state office W drive.

W:\CSED\Shared documents\shared-STO-Other documents\CPD

If you need help getting to this folder, see Quest article Mapping to the State Office W: drive.

Please review these cases and make any necessary updates. You are checking to see if the OOW indicator, AP legal status and OBL legal type have all been updated correctly.

If you have any cases in the red category you definitely need to review them as they are likely to be incorrect.

If you have cases in the yellow category, take look at them to make sure they are coded correctly.  Verify that S type cases are really support order established cases (NOCSOs) and not P paternity cases (NOPSOs).  Some cases fall into the yellow MISC category because there are multiple OBLs and it confuses the analyzer. Often the active OBL is not the first one because the first OBL is either pended or in history. Chances are they are fine but it never hurts to double check.

Cases in the green category are good and you don’t need to do anything with those.

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.

Respectfully,

Ronnie Owens
Programs Field Representative
Paternity/Establishment, Guidelines, Locate, Genetic Testing, Juvenile
Center For Planning and Development
(405) 982-2346 – cell

Updated! P37 + P38 Order for Genetic Testing now has Judge Signature option

From: Corey Johnson
Thu 8/19/2021 9:40 AM
To: *OCSS.All

PRC is pleased to announce that the P37 and P38 Order for Genetic Testing has been updated to allow a selection for a Judge’s signature.Recently several offices have experienced issues with citing the CP for contempt for failure to appear for genetic testing as the last version of the P37/P38 did not have a signature from the ALJ. The P37/P38 have been updated to have an optional place for the ALC to sign the Order to appear for GT. Statute does not require that the ALJ sign the order so for the majority of our CSS staff will not need to use this signature option. However, should the circumstance arise when a court is requiring the ALJ to sign this document this option is now available.Optional selection of Judge’s signature.

Selection of Yes for Judge’s signature.

Selection of No for Judge’s signature.

The updated documents will be in production Friday, August 20, 2021.

If you have questions or concerns about the content of pleadings, please contact PRC at *OCSS.PRC.

If you have questions or concerns about generating documents using the ALC interface, please contact *CSS.ALCDOCS.HELP via email or the ALC Teams channel. View a list of documents available in ALC, as well as document examples here.

Corey on behalf of PRC

PRC: Linda Monroe, Dawn Zellner, Andrea Unruh, Angela Berry & Stephanie Baker

New! Pro Se Motion to Challenge AOP is now available on ALC

From: Corey Johnson
Thu 8/26/2021 9:25 AM
To: *OCSS.All

PRO102 v1 test data.pdf
143 KB
PRO021 v1test data.pdf
164KB

PRC gleefully announces that there are two new pro se packets, the Pro Se Motion to Challenge Presumption (PRO102) and the Pro Se Motion for Hearing (PRO021), now available on ALC. There are time saving features such as the case style populating on the pleadings and the entire packet is available for host print!! These documents are found in the new Pro Se document category. A sample of the documents are attached for your reference.These documents will be in production Friday, August 27, 2021.If you have questions or concerns about the content of pleadings, please contact PRC at *OCSS.PRC.

If you have questions or concerns about generating documents using the ALC interface, please contact *CSS.ALCDOCS.HELP via email or the ALC Teams channel. View a list of documents available in ALC, as well as document examples here.

Corey on behalf of PRC
PRC: Linda Monroe, Dawn Zellner, Andrea Unruh, Angela Berry & Stephanie Baker

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