No, not quite. ONLY if all parties move out of the original state, then the party who has the child can move venue to the state where the child has lived for 6 months and the county where the child has lived for 90 days. OTHERWISE, the original court controls.The child support
and visitation aspects CAN be registered in another state for enforcement purposes only, and IF they are, that new state arguably has jurisdiction as well, but since it has not been done so (I assume so because you have not told me) then the old state still has the superior jurisdiction.I hope you found my answer helpful, and if so please click on the ACCEPT button. This is the only way for me to get credit for my work; I receive no credit for my time with you unless you press ACCEPT.
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