My question involves child support in the State of: nevada
I live in NV until Feb my child lived in NV also with her mother. In the middle of Feb my daugher (12) told me her mom and stepdad were moving to CO. The mom has NEVER talked to me about this. We were never married and have no visitation order in the court, simply an understanding, I would get her about 1-2 weekends a month as her schedule around school and sports allowed. I've paid child support since she was born. She has filed a review of the case claiming because she moved the health insurance provided by my employer is no longer valid (it's Health plan of NV and can only be used in emergency situations outside of the state) therefore she is asking for more $ to cover the cost of health insurance. I am providing health insurance for her! What is the likelihood of her recieving more support based on this? Also, do I have a vaild arguement as she NEVER told me she was moving? Also can she move the support case to CO? I have paid for her tickets 2 times since Feb to come and visit me and paid child support for the entire month she stayed with me this summer. Will this be taken into account??