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Usually once a child is 13 or older the child's wishes are taken into considertion in regard to custody and visitation. If you enforce the support now, he has no counter claim about visitation since he is the one not exersising his rights and you could get his visitation terminated when you get the support enforced since he is not making his scheduled visits.
It is specific to AZ. You only have to click accept once so you are only charged once.
Since he has moved out of state it may be important if he is so far away that he can not make his visits as allowed under the order. It would be your word against his as to if you stopped him from visiting or he decided not to visit on his own.
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