What Can I Do If The Non-Custodial Parent Lives In Another State?
In addition, a noncustodial parent who flees to another state to avoid paying child support can be arrested. A noncustodial parent can also have his/her tax refund intercepted, and in a few cases, may come under the jurisdiction of the federal courts.
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