Previous articles examined child support in general and the child support rules for when parents or the child moves out of state. Violating these rules can result in the parent-child relationship being terminated. This article addresses this very serious topic.
We previously explained child support and the parents obligation to pay for minor children. We did not address what happens if one or both of the parents or child move out of the state that issued the child support order, which is the topic of this article.
A guardianship is just what it sounds, one person is appointed to protect another person, another personâ€™s property, or both. It refers to the formal court procedure for taking care of minors and incapacitated adults.
Child support involves making payments by one spouse to another to pay for the support of one or more children. Child support arises out of the duty of parents to support their child while the child is a minor.
Courts traditionally do not interfere with relationships between parents and children â€” or between grandparents and grandchildren â€” when the family of origin is intact and where the childrenâ€™s safety or welfare is not in danger. However, when adult children divorce or where litigation takes place between parents who have never married, grandparents may have […]