Can custodial parent move out of state if there is an existing child support order in one state?

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No. If there is a child support order that means a state court has jurisdiction over the child. If the parent who is paying child support has any parental rights of custody or visitation the custodial parent would need the NC parent's consent and court approval to move out of state. The existing orders would have to be modified.

No. If there is a child support order that means a state court has jurisdiction over the child. If the parent who is paying child support has any parental rights of custody or visitation the custodial parent would need the NC parent's consent and court approval to move out of state. The existing orders would have to be modified.

No. If there is a child support order that means a state court has jurisdiction over the child. If the parent who is paying child support has any parental rights of custody or visitation the custodial parent would need the NC parent's consent and court approval to move out of state. The existing orders would have to be modified.

No. If there is a child support order that means a state court has jurisdiction over the child. If the parent who is paying child support has any parental rights of custody or visitation the custodial parent would need the NC parent's consent and court approval to move out of state. The existing orders would have to be modified.
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What happens with the child support order if the non-custodial parent is out of the state?

Answer . All US states honor and enforce child support orders issued by another state.. The obligated parent is still bound by the terms of the support order regardless of

What if the custodial parent moves to another city or state what happens with child support and visitation?

From your question this is from my experience. I am a mom and I moved out of state from the non custodial parent. For my own reasons and safety. Child Support does conti