Authority of Chief and master.
1.Except as otherwise provided in NRS 425.346, the Chief may proceed pursuant to NRS 425.3822 to 425.3852, inclusive, after:
(a)Payment of public assistance by the Division; or
(b)Receipt of a request for services to carry out the Program.
2.Subject to approval by the district court pursuant to NRS 425.3844, a master may:
(a)Take any action authorized pursuant to chapter 130 of NRS, including any of the actions described in subsection 2 of NRS 130.305.
(b)Except as otherwise provided in chapter 130 of NRS and NRS 425.346:
(1)Issue and enforce an order for the support of a dependent child, and modify or adjust such an order in accordance with NRS 125B.145;
(2)Require coverage for health care of a dependent child;
(4)Order a responsible parent to comply with an order for the support of a dependent child, specifying the amount and the manner of compliance;
(5)Order the withholding of income;
(6)Determine the amount of any arrearages and specify a method of payment;
(7)Enforce orders by civil or criminal contempt, or both;
(8)Set aside property for satisfaction of an order for the support of a dependent child;
(9)Place liens and order execution on the property of the responsible parent;
(10)Order a responsible parent to keep the master informed of the responsible parent’s current residential address, telephone number, employer, address of employment and telephone number at the place of employment;
(11)Issue a bench warrant for a responsible parent who has failed after proper notice to appear at a hearing ordered by the master and enter the bench warrant in any local and state computer system for criminal warrants;
(12)Order the responsible parent to seek appropriate employment by specified methods;
(13)Order the responsible parent to participate in a program intended to resolve issues that prevent the responsible parent from obtaining employment, including, without limitation, a program for the treatment of substance use disorders or a program to address mental health issues;
(14)Upon the request of the Division, require a responsible parent to:
(15)Award reasonable attorney’s fees and other fees and costs; and
(16)Grant any other available remedy.
Section 425.382 — Authority of Chief and master.,