HomeChild SupportWhat happens if my daughters father moves to another country and doesn’t pay child support?
Posted in Child Support on 27th October 2012

What happens if my daughters father moves to another country and doesn’t pay child support?
Ok so here is my story. I separated from my husband a couple of years ago and for stupid reasons I had not divorced him. We did have a verbal agreement on a “child support” and he paid it fine even though it wasn’t court ordered. A little more than a year ago he stopped paying. Finally I went to a D.I.Y divorce office and filed for divorce and included is the child support order. He signed it and everything and now I am just waiting for my final hearing date. Now all of the sudden I hear from his family that he is moving back to his country to help out his dad in some business. So here comes my question; how can I still get child support from him if he is out of the country. Personally I think its impossible, right? also when he tries to come back in to the U.S.(apparently he will be coming and going) will they detain him for not paying child support? This is so not fair, men like him are such irresponsible, s.o.b’s they deserve the worse!!!!!!!!
To Sapphire M: You sound like your some ignorant low life.

Best answer(s):

Answer by Sapphire M
Looks like you have to pay for the child all by yourself, next time you should really know the man you are having babies with

Answer by Precious Gem
Call the divorce office and let them know. Ask them what to do.

Answer by George McCasland
As the mother, yes under the Hague Treaty. If you were the father, you would be out of luck, even if she just moved to the next county over.
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