Contact an attorney in your State to determine whether a custody order was already entered. If so, then you may be able to Petition the court seeking modification of the order or even to have that order set aside if for instance you can demonstrate that you were never actually provided notice of the hearing wherein custody was established. Best advice, check with a local family law attorney.
Termination of support in Alabama is at age 19 or when the child graduates from high school. However, Alabama courts may require parents to provide post-minority support for child's college education. Ala. Code 30-3-1. It is advised that you double check with an Alabama attorney prior to relying on this information.
General answer is yes, if you or your spouse meet the residency requirement in the state where the matter will be filed. For more specific information on this requirement, contact an attorney in the state where the action will be commenced.
The two statements are one in the same. The first being that if the child had no medical coverage each of you would be one half responsible and the latter stating that even if child is insured, you each will split equally one half of any amount(s) not covered through the insurance.
If there is no custody order in place, then generally either parent can travel and relocate with the child. However, it is a sound idea to meet with an attorney in your state to clarify prior to your move.
Register the order in Iowa where father lives. After it has been properly registered file for enforcement in Iowa because Iowa will have personal jurisdiction over father to enforce the terms of the current order.
I feel your question is a bit incomplete. However, assuming that presently there are no orders in place regarding custody in addition to the lack of parenting plan, then both mother and father are free to take the child with them. However, if a current custody order is in place, then generally, the custodial parent, prior to moving will need to obtain permission from the court before moving. Check with a local attorney though for further clarification.
You could file a petition to modify the current support amount and subpoena Mothers employment / tax records to demonstrate to the court that her imputed income amount should be higher than the present figure being used by the court. Check with a local attorney though prior to moving forward.
He still can request genetic testing to ensure that he is the father. If he is, then he can be ordered to pay support. Same being true if he voluntarily acknowledges the birth certificate. For further information check with an attorney in your jurisdiction.