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 If your ex was granted custody and you pay child support how do you proceed when your 16-year-old desires to live with you full-time instead and how do you reverse the child support?

Answer Answer Change of custody and/or child support can only be done through the appropriate court procedures. The person must file a petition to modify/amend the original orders in the court of jurisdic... Read More »
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Does a court order for child support give the parent receiving the support automatic full custody of that child?

AnswerAbsolutely NOT. The Division of Child Support Enforcement, does not arrange custody nor visitation. I had a child support order, the father and I were never married, and while the support pap... Read More »
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Can a parent that is behind in child support get joint custody of a child whos mother already has full legal custody?

AnswerCertainly some evidence of responsibility (ie paying child support, job, time spent with the child) would help your case. Joint custody, however, is not just for the purpose of reducing chil... Read More »
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Do you need to get full custody if no paternity is established and you have no child support and have not had any contact for almost a year with him?

Answer As long as you have not named this young man on the birth certificate of your child, then you have every right to continue to look after your daughter as a single parent. If you have named ... Read More »
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If you sue for full custody of a child does the non-custodial parent still pay child support?

Answer Yes. The granting of full custody to one parent does not relieve the other of their financial obligations to the child(ren).
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