Im in the military & have a custody/support order from NV. neither party resides there now. how do i get a new order?

Asked almost 2 years ago - Jacksonville, AR

if i have a custody/child support arrangement set forth by a judge in a nevada court but neither myself or my child and his mother reside in nevada how do i go about establishing a new order for the state that he now resides in since we now live in separate states?

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  1. Howard M Lewis


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    Answered . Take the old order into the new state where yo uhave jurisdiction and ask that it be made an order in that state, take care.

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  2. Alexander Joseph Segal

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    Answered . I agree with my colleague

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