yes, unless he goes to court, assuming a child support court order, it accrues and is vested.
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child support is vested per court order. you can collect all arearages.
most states have relocation laws, but since you waited this long your current lawyer is correct. you must go to california to enforce visitation unless your divorce was in wisconsin and you recently just dicovered her whereabouts, then under the uniform child jurisdiction act you may be able to convince a wisconsin judge to keep the case in wisconsin, get visitation and have her held in contempt for moving without permission. paying child suporrt and seeing your children are not reciprocal...
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consult your laywer in regard to voluntary underemployment. most states have case law in that regard. trying to lower or not pay child support is not new to courts, judges, or lawyers.