WELL I would suggest that you or the other parent contact the old jurisdiction and alert them of them move.
if that doesnt get your case transferred then you may need to file a motion to transfer jurisdiction
usually this is done when the parent has lived with the child in a new place for 6 months or so.
you need to do this because each state varies on its child support guidelines and you do not want to be on the short end of any sticksWhat happens with child support if the custodial parent moves to another state?
Unless either party file a motion for a change of venue, the case is remains where it originated. If u want it changed, u must file a change of venue.
Generally: Unless the parties agree otherwise or both parents move out of the originating state or there is some emergency that requires another state's court to act, the originationg state retains exclusive jurisdiction for modification or enforcement.
** Note: The above is a general discussion of the subject matter of your question and not legal advice. Local laws or your particular situation may change the general rules. For a specific answer to your question you should consult legal counsel with whom you can discuss all the facts of your case. **
Nothing happens automatically to child support if the parent moves unless there is something stipulated in the divorce agreement. Jurisdiction is generally maintained by the court that handled the divorce, though this can vary greatly depending on the state law where the person moved to and from.
the order is still in effect..if his wages are garnished they will still be sent to you...my ex husband lives in NY and i live in NC....support was still sent, you can transfer the case to where you now live, but i figured since he was living/working in NY it was easier just to leave it.
Nothing changes, payment is still made to the custodial parent!
they mail em the checks at their new location.