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The court will not remove child support from you just because you are moving with the children, the law does not provide for that. He has a legal duty to support his children no matter where they are located. The court can impose visitations and make you pay the cost of transportation
, since you are the one moving them, but his request for stopping payment of support is not in accordance with the law and you need to file an objection to the court and he would in almost all cases be denied.
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