Hearing to contest withholding; grounds; exceptions.
Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2:
If an obligor, within 15 days after a notice of withholding is mailed to the obligor pursuant to NRS 31A.040, requests a hearing to contest the withholding, the enforcing authority shall apply for a hearing before the court.
The obligor may contest the withholding on the following grounds:
The court which issued the order for support lacked personal jurisdiction over the obligor;
There is a mistake of fact as to:(I) Whether the obligor has been delinquent in the payment of support;(II) The amount of the arrearages or support; or(III) The custody of the child; or
The order of support was obtained by fraud.Ê No other issues or defenses may be presented to or determined by the court.
The provisions of subsection 1:
Are applicable only to an obligor against whom there is entered an order of a kind described in subsection 4 of NRS 31A.025.
Do not apply to an obligor who requests a hearing pursuant to NRS 130.606 to contest the enforcement, through the withholding of income, of an order for support that is registered pursuant to chapter 130 of NRS.