Child Support

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

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2011-09-13 15:14:26
2011-09-13 15:14:26

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 states law. But do not use him not paying child support to withold your child you can be held in contempt of court. Those are two separate issues.

That is right, He cannot just stop paying. and I agree, do not use money to withold your child from seeing him. It will only hurt your child and then come back on you.

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