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The Custodial Parent Doesn't Allow Me To See The Kids. Why Do I Have To Pay Support?

Child Support and visitation are two separate issues. The child support must be paid according to the court order. You might have the right to take the case to court if you believe the custodial parent is violating the visitation order.

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