Child Support system is broken
by Mike Findley
I have a case that originated in AZ, both CP and Ncp have moved to different states. Cp has not filed the CS order as a foriegn judgment in her new state of NV, and NCP has requested a modification in AZ, but was told after 5 months that AZ no longer has jurisdiction.
NCP has been unable to file the case in IL, his current state, or NV. NV child support division told NCP to have the order dismissed and require CP to file the child support order in the child's home state. IL told the NCP that there is no way to file the order in IL since the child lives in NV even though IL has personal jurisdiction over NCP.
NCP is in desperate need for a modification of the current order and the process has been denied numerous times in the past even after the birth of a second child of the NCP.
I don't think it's as easy as filing a motion to dismiss in AZ on the basis of the state no longer having jurisdiction. I have a list of over 20 reasons that the case should be reviewed or even dismissed from the current order being simply unfair to all the way to the existing order being unconstitutional.
Should I file the motion to dismiss and argue my 24 reasons or is there a better and faster way to get my order modified.
My resources are non existent, I make good money, but pay more than 50% of my income in child support, which has essentially allowed cp to kidnap or child, and interfered with my constitutional right to raise my children.