They might, it depends upon the overall financial picture of both parties and the history of the case. Usually, but not necessarily always, it doesn't hurt to ask. I suggest you discuss the confidential details of your situation with an attorney in the area where the last court order was issued, and then you can decide whether to seek a modification of the child support. Good luck!
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I tend to find that if the NCP moves away, the court will place the burden of transportation on that parent, but that is not always the case. Other factors may weigh in your favor. Contact an attorney in the jurisdiction where the mother and children reside. Good luck.
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