My ex-wife brought a child support order to the NC courts, and I voluntarily signed the support order. It was originally based on a 50/50 custody arrangement. The court-ordered child support has been in place for less than a year, as other arrangements were in place prior to the formal court order. I have since moved out of state, leaving the children in the custody of my ex-wife in NC. But, without notice, she also moved out of state (not to the state where I am), yet is trying to get the NC courts to increase her child support amount, even though nobody lives in NC anymore. Her move with the children out of state happened more than six months ago.
Does NC still have jurisdiction to modify the existing NC child support order, even though both parties no longer reside in NC? And what should I do in response to NC CSE request for information from me to modify the order? I don’t think they have any idea that she is not living in NC anymore.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!