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If the custodial parent moves out of state from where child support is issued do you still have to make payments to that state if the custodial parent lives in another state?

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The state and county where the support case originated unless transferred by the person filing for support to another jurisdiction.AnswerThe jurisdiction where the child lives is the jurisdiction where the initial petition must be filed.




Regardless of what state your child lives in, yes you are required to pay support, the case will become an interstate case. You will send the support payment to the state in which the child resides and the money will be disbursed accordingly.


No; however, the State can file a lien on the home which will have to be satisfied before ownership is transferred.


No. Child support cases are handled by the state court that issued the child support order.No. Child support cases are handled by the state court that issued the child support order.No. Child support cases are handled by the state court that issued the child support order.No. Child support cases are handled by the state court that issued the child support order.


In the United States child support is based on state child support guidelines. You need to check the guidelines for your state.In the United States child support is based on state child support guidelines. You need to check the guidelines for your state.In the United States child support is based on state child support guidelines. You need to check the guidelines for your state.In the United States child support is based on state child support guidelines. You need to check the guidelines for your state.


The state of residence of the potential obligee. see links below


Not if the orders clearly state this, though that is not common in the US as many states go beyond that point. Some confusion in interpretation of this may exist in cases where the original order was in a state where support does end at age 18, but the child has been moved to another state. The jurisdiction remains with that state as long as the obligor parent lives there, or is transferred to the state where that parent may move. The state where the child has moved does not have long arm jurisdiction unless the obligor parent has moved there. see link below


The state. You will be pursued to make child support payments to the state if it has been supporting your child.The state. You will be pursued to make child support payments to the state if it has been supporting your child.The state. You will be pursued to make child support payments to the state if it has been supporting your child.The state. You will be pursued to make child support payments to the state if it has been supporting your child.



18Clarification:Child support laws vary from one state to another, and from one situation to another. For example, in some states child support is only required until the child reaches 18, but may go longer if the child is in school. There's not a single, definitive answer that applies to each state.


If you want to move to another state you will need his and the courts permission.


My understanding is yes. There is something in the child support world called Interstate Enforcement, and one state can send a request to another state to enforce any term of a child support order. Give your state's child support agency a call and ask to speak to someone in compliance enforcement.


Child support is tracked by the federal government, not just the various states. On a personal note, you should be catching up on child support since that is more important than traveling. It is not just the money, it is the support of the child(ren) that you chose to bring into the world. Don't let them down.


18Child support should stop at the age specified by the child support order, which could be 18 years, or after high school, and this varies from one state to another.


Review your state laws, separation agreement and child support order for the term of the child support.Review your state laws, separation agreement and child support order for the term of the child support.Review your state laws, separation agreement and child support order for the term of the child support.Review your state laws, separation agreement and child support order for the term of the child support.


No. Child support terms are based upon the laws of the state in which the minor child resides.



The parents of a ward of the state will not receive any child support. They were determined to be unfit parents, and do not have a child to support.


You can obtain a copy of your state child support guidelines at your local family court or perform an online search using your state + child support guidelines.You can obtain a copy of your state child support guidelines at your local family court or perform an online search using your state + child support guidelines.You can obtain a copy of your state child support guidelines at your local family court or perform an online search using your state + child support guidelines.You can obtain a copy of your state child support guidelines at your local family court or perform an online search using your state + child support guidelines.


A child support order entered anywhere in the US is enforceable nationwide. I suggest that you contact your State's child support agency about this.


Child support laws vary from state to state, generally you will not have to pay child support after the child turns 18 though.


It differs from state to state. Contact your local child support office to see what the law is in your state.




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