Ex husband has moved out of state Utah), and has not notified the court. We have a shared parenting plan for 3 children that makes me the residential parent. Instead of child support, my ex was to pay 1/2 of bills - that never happened on a regular basis because of chronic unemployment or underemployment (you can't blood from a stone), or being a law student (he got kicked out of law school for taking too long and failing a class too many times).
I would like to change the arrangement to me being the custodial parent with my ex paying a set child support amount (that way it can be enforced) and held to a visitation plan with him arranging/paying for the transportation. At this time, I am responsible for 100% of all of the childrens' care and expenses
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