The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act is a compact between states that controls how jurisdiction is determined in cases that cross states lines. This
issues often come to light when one party moves to another state and wishes that the new residential state to take control of the order or simply to recognized an child custody order issued in another state.
Change of jurisdiction is not automatic and some states because of continuing issues in the originating state decide to retrain control of the order. States often will retain jurisdiction over a child support order for the life of that order.
These are very tricky issues and not one for the typical pro se to attempt on their own because you will have not only your home state’s law to deal with but those of the new state.
Ohio Family Rights is a national free association of like minded people that work to comprehensively change the way that states and the courts view custody between divorced and never married people. We have dedicated ourselves to correcting what has long been a major problem of socially engineering fit parents from the lives of their child every day. This goal can only be accomplished by comprehensively correcting the flaws within the “Shared Parenting laws” that are currently in place so that all fit parents and their children can benefit from equal custody. Please join us in our efforts to protect the families of this nation and the future of our children.
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