Child support laws vary drastically from state to state and also depend on that the law considers the home state of the child, etc. It can get rather difficult. I would suggest you seek the advice of a family law attorney in your area. You might also check with your state's agency over children. Some states have state employed attorneys whose sole job is trying to obtain child support for the custodial parent. Good luck.
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