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Non custodial parents do not lose any rights when they are incarcerated and pay no support. Since they are incarcerated they usually cannot see their children because they are locked up but they did not lose the right to have visitation once they are released.

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Q: What right does a non custodial parent lose when they are incarcerated and pay no support?
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Does the custodial parent have the right to quit job for more support?

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If a mother signed over custody to the father can he seek child support and what rights does that give her?

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If an adult child moves into her boyfriends' house does the custodial parent still get child support?

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