12/05/03 Revised 01/08/16 Training Completed 02/02/04
The Utah Administrative Release of Information Rule R527-005-6 on Private Information states in part:
“1. Private records include the following:
a. information obtained from the Department of Workforce Services;
b. records concerning an individual's eligibility for unemployment insurance benefits;
c. any information, including the social security number, about a IV-D applicant for or recipient of child support services or a recipient of IV-A, Medicaid and Food Stamps assistance;
d. any information, including the social security number, about the children of a IV-D applicant for or recipient of child support services or a recipient of IV-A, Medicaid and Food Stamps assistance;
e. the income of the obligee and the obligor;
f. any information accessed about the obligor or obligee from a state automated database including:
(i.) records concerning occupational and professional licenses;
(ii.) ownership and control of business entities; and
(iii.) records received from the state new hire registry;
g. records containing data on individuals describing medical history, diagnosis, condition, treatment, evaluation or similar medical data; and
h. information about state employees, former employees and applicants, except as provided for in 63-2-302.
2. Private records may be disclosed when:
. . . d. an obligor's attorney or the obligor acting pro se needs the obligee's address in order to serve legal process as the result of a judicial action to establish or modify an order or judgment for bona fide child support, spousal support, medical support, or child care. This information may not be disclosed if the obligee has requested that case information be safeguarded;
. . . j. the obligor needs to be served with legal process as the result of a judicial action that has been initiated by the obligee pro se or obligee's attorney to establish or modify an order or judgment for bona fide child support, spousal support, medical support, or child care. This information may not be disclosed if the obligor has requested that case information be safeguarded.”
Address information about the non-custodial parent (NCP) and the custodial parent (CP) has been classified as “private” under the Government Records Access Management Act (GRAMA). This information may be released only when the conditions under #2 above apply.
If you receive a request for the address of the NCP or the CP from the other party or their attorney for the reasons listed above and the case information has not been safeguarded, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org within one working day to notify ORS Records that the request has been received. Include the requester’s name and case number(s) in the e-mail. Follow the instructions provided by ORS Records on how to respond to the request.
NOTE: If a party requests address information relating to a parent-time order, refer to CS 076 Release of Case Information Based on Parent-time Order.