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    Default Transferring a Case from Out of State

    My question involves child support in the State of: CA
    I have a child support case established in Nevada. My son is now 18 but his father owes me for years of back support. Me and my son now live in California. Nobody involved lives in Nevada any longer, and my case in Nevada will be closing in 30 days. I want to transfer my case to California but the DA here in CA tells me they cannot open the case because it's for arrears and the child is over 18. So what, our rights vanished just becaused we moved??

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    Default Re: Transferring a Case from Out of State

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    My question involves child support in the State of: CA
    I have a child support case established in Nevada. My son is now 18 but his father owes me for years of back support. Me and my son now live in California. Nobody involved lives in Nevada any longer, and my case in Nevada will be closing in 30 days. I want to transfer my case to California but the DA here in CA tells me they cannot open the case because it's for arrears and the child is over 18. So what, our rights vanished just becaused we moved??
    The CA CS enforcement agency is one of the few in the country that will not enforce an arrears only case.

    It sounds like you will have to try to enforce on your own. What state does your ex live in?

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    Default Re: Transferring a Case from Out of State

    I was afraid of that. My ex lives in Kentucky.

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    Default Re: Transferring a Case from Out of State

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    I was afraid of that. My ex lives in Kentucky.
    Try contacting the Kentucky CSE agency.

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    Default Re: Transferring a Case from Out of State

    It is not that CA will not enforce an arrears only case, CA CSSD will not open a NEW case for arrears only.

    That doesn't mean that the OP can't domesticate the case to CA and enforce the judgment herself, just means that CSSD won't get involved. Had she moved the case to CA when the (now) adult was a child, CSSD would have been involved and continued to be involved.... until dad died, no matter how old kiddo got.
    If you wanted babies all to yourself, you should have created them by yourself. Until you do that, children have the right to BOTH parents, especially since you found them suitable to procreate with.

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    Default Re: Transferring a Case from Out of State

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    It is not that CA will not enforce an arrears only case, CA CSSD will not open a NEW case for arrears only.
    Thanks for the clarification.

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