14-09-08.7. Notice of review determination
1. Following review, the child support agency shall promptly provide written notice of its determination on review. The notice may be sent by first-class mail to the obligor and the obligee, at the addresses they have most recently provided to the child support agency.
2. If the child support agency has made a determination that no amendment to the amount of child support should be sought, the notice must inform the obligor and the obligee of the right of each to challenge that determination by seeking an amendment to the amount of child support, from the court, at any time before the termination of the support order.
3. If the child support agency has made a determination to seek an amendment in the amount of child support, the notice must be mailed at least thirty-five days before the date of a hearing on a motion for amendment made by the child support agency under section 14-09-08.4, and must inform the obligor and the obligee of the right of each to challenge that determination by opposing that amendment before the court. The notice to the obligor must be accompanied by:
a. A proposed modification of the child support order to provide for payment of child support in the amount required under the child support guidelines;
b. A document by which the obligor may consent to the proposed modification; and
c. An address and telephone number that the obligor may use to receive information from or schedule a meeting with representatives of the child support agency.