Can support and no visits


#1

Child support and custody are two separate issues with the court. Child support must be paid even if the parent never sees or interacts with the child…
If you are supposed to have custody or visitation and are being denied, then file a motion to show cause for modification…


#2

This isnt about me and visits… :slight_smile:

I am looking for information for my daughter for her senior project.
This is something that she has some interest in and I am trying to find laws and such she can use.

Casey


#3

Yes, child support and child custody are separate legal issues and one is not dependent on the other. She is unlikely to find any case law on this issue because it is not a heavily litigated issue. If she reads the statutes she can see that neither statue refers to the other. Lack of support can be a grounds for termination of parental rights.

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#4

Can a judge in NC order a man or woman to pay support for their child but not order any type of custody or visitation?

Has this been done before?

If so do you know where I could start looking for the case information.

Thank you
Casey