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Child support is for absent parents.

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if the mother terminates her rights can he collect child support from the mother if child lives with him?


The mother files in Florida and child support enforcement handles it from there.


If the divorce ordered the father to pay support, he owes that support until/unless the order is modified.


Yes, child support enforcement goes both ways between America and Canada. The father will have to pay child support to the mother in America even though he lives in Canada.




Not usually. Only the children whose parents are not living together are entitled to support from their fathers by way of the law.


Yes, no matter where the father lives they should support their child no matter what!


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The state in which she and her minor child/children currently reside.


Yes (she should file in the US); however, actually collecting support might be difficult.


In the normal course of doing things correctly, no. In order for that to happen the mother would need to lie on her petition for a child support order.


If the grandparents are legal guardians and the child is living with them, the both of you as the biological parents have to pay child support to the grandparents.



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Ask the father to request a modification, however you must also file against the mother.


When a parent moves to Germany, and has children in the United States, he does have to pay child support. If he is evading child support; Germany will demand he continues to pay support.


Once the father gains legal custody through the courts, he may request that child support be terminated.


Yes, until the order is modified. If the child is over the age of majority, than it can go straight to the child. If not, he files for custody.


Yes, but you might consider filing charges against the mother for contributing, or for a change of custody.


He has to comply with the court order. Where he lives has no bearing on it.


Matters relating to minor children are always adjudicated in the court of the state where the child resides. However, "supposed" father is not a legal status. Before the alledged father can be sued for child support paternity must be established if said father does not voluntarily accept responsibility for the child in question.


The court that issued the order has jurisdiction but moving can complicate the situation. You should consult with an attorney or some other child support enforcement specialist. Courts will enforce child support orders from other states however, with reduced staff, it may be difficult to find that kind of support.