How do I transfer my child support case to another county?
Hereof, can a child support case be moved to another county?
Your case may be eligible to be transferred to a child support enforcement agency (CSEA) in another county, depending on specific facts and circumstances.
Similarly, how do I transfer my child support case? The custodial parent can bring an application to enforce child support in either of two places:
- The state that has the “continuing exclusive jurisdiction” (the last state to enter or modify the child support award), or.
- The state where the non-custodial parent lives.
Keeping this in view, how do I transfer a case to another county?
First, it is important that you are the right party to file the Motion to Transfer Venue (depending on the reason for the request) and that you file it before the deadline (if applicable). Then: If you show venue is not proper in the current court, and mandatory in another court, the judge should transfer the case.
Can you change child support jurisdiction?
Modification of an Existing Child Support Order Only the state with "continuing jurisdiction" has the power to modify a child support order. However, there is one exception: if both parents move to a new jurisdiction, then the new state has the power to modify the child support order.