The Father Of My Child Does Not Live In Ohio. Can I Establish Paternity And Get A Support Order?
Yes. Your local CSEA can help you establish paternity and get a support order, regardless of where the father lives. In some cases, this can even be done if he lives in another country.
The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law. The laws in your state and/or city may deviate significantly from those described here. If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney.
Additional Family Law Articles
- Where Do I Go To Apply For Services?
- Why Is It Important To Establish Paternity?
- How And Where Can Paternity Be Established?
- What If I Don't Know Where The Father Of My Child Lives?
- Will The Csea Enforce Spousal Support (Previously Referred To As Alimony) Only Cases?
- Can The Csea Assist Me With Visitation And Custody Issues?
- Is There Any Allowance For The Parent Who Has To Pay Health Insurance?
- What If I Don't Agree That I Am In Default? Do I Have Appeal Rights?
- My Ex-Spouse Collects Social Security Disability. Can There Be Income Withholding On That Check?
- My Ex-Spouse Changes Jobs Frequently. This Keeps Me From Receiving Regular Payments. What Can Be Done?
- I Am On Unemployment Compensation. Is There A Limit On The Amount That Can Be Taken Out For Child Support?
- Can I Get Support From A Non-Residential Parent Who Is In Jail Or In Prison?
- What If The Non-Residential Parent Cannot Be Found Locally?
- I Know Where My Ex-Spouse Works In Another State. How Can I Get An Income Withholding?
- I've Heard There Is A New Law Called Uifsa. What Does This Law Do?
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