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In general, yes. The payments are for the children, not the parent. The step-parent is not legally responsible for the children unless he adopts them.

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No, the child goes into the care of custodial parents relatives. A motion for emergency change of custody is required. see my profile.


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No - those costs should be shared equally. However, medical care has been required to be paid by the non custodial parent in many cases unless the other parent has adequate health insurance.


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Yes. Marital status of a non custodial parent has no bearing on the amount of child support he or she is required to pay.


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It depends on the state. If your state calculates child support based on household income, then yes, she would be required to pay her husband's child support. If your state calculates child support based on only the non-custodial parent's income, then no, should would not be required to pay. However, her husband would still owe that money, and it will continue to accumulate as a debt until he pays it.


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Generally yes. If the custodial parent moves away from the non-custodial parent, the custodial parent is ordered to make up the extra travel costs the non-custodial parent must now pay. The principle gives freedom to move, but discourages long-distance moves. In particular it discourages moves that are designed to deny access to the non-custodial parent.


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