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.
If neither parent still live in the original jurisdiction, it can be transferred to the jurisdictions of either parent.
Not if the obligor parent still lives in the state or origin.
No it will not.
No its not.
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.