Does a court order for child support give the parent receiving the support automatic full custody of that child?

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No. Custody and child support are two different legal issues and they are addressed separately.

Can a custodial parent choose not to receive child support?

Answer . \nYes. However, such a refusal would not change the non-custodial parent's visitation rights. It is also possible to request the non-custodial parent to place a s

The non-custodial parent had child support court order stop and can the custodail parent stop the non-cusoial parent from seeing the child?

NO! Call they child support agency and find out why he stopped it and actually I don't think he can. Unless you have joint custody and placement he has to pay that is every st