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Old 09-04-2008, 01:03 PM
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I support state power but.....

What do you do, and who is in charge when multiple states are involved with something. And none of the states will recognize or communicate with the authority of the other states?
 
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Old 09-04-2008, 04:10 PM
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What do you do, and who is in charge when multiple states are involved with something. And none of the states will recognize or communicate with the authority of the other states?
Interstate disagreements have traditionally been addressed at the federal level, either through an application of the Constitution's "Commerce Clause" or through federal court actions.
 
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Old 09-04-2008, 08:55 PM
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In most cases this is true. But there are several many things that shouldn't be held on a federal level that are. And a great deal of things that should be federal that aren't. Unfortunately I have been in one of those that should be a completely federal matter that is held to the states that gives one side the ability to take advantage of failures, the other side to be taken advantage of and have no recourse and the ones that it should be all about, completely helpless and often traumatically scarred for life.
 
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Old 09-05-2008, 06:09 PM
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Could you provide a few more details on the specific situation you're referring to? Something doesn't seem right that one state could have that sort of control over the affairs of another state. Some level of recourse should be available to resolve such a situation.
 
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Old 09-05-2008, 06:18 PM
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When in the view of divorce and child custody mixed with child support.

If the divorce takes place in one state, say the state of Georgia, then both parties move from the state, and the custodial parent files for child support through another state, that state contacts the residing state of the non-custodial parent and enforces the child support agreement. Neither state take jurisdiction over any other part of the agreement, just the financial requirement, that is a criminally executable part of the agreement everything else is civil.

Then if the custodial parent moves again to another state and files with that state to collect child support you then have 2 states attempting to take child support if that custodial parent didn't inform the state they left. If the non-custodial parent leaves the state that is collecting the child support they will continue their collections regardless of their location.

If financial circumstances change and the non-custodial parent needs to request a change of child support amount you then have the collecting state saying that we are only collecting it for the other state, you have the state that it is being collected for saying that it isn't an order from our state so we have no jurisdiction and the original state which you are living in again saying that the custodial parent does not live here so we have no jurisdiction to enforce or change current standings, go to the state they currently reside.

Also to, if the original divorce agreement states that you have shared custody and lays out the stipulations for visitation or over sight, such as having equal access to school and medical records the state of the custodial parent says it isn't an order from our state and we don't recognize it, if you want access to that information go to our courts and get a warrant or an agreement that is proclaimed by our state law and courts.
 
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Believe it or not that is a very summarized version of all the topics and doesn't speak of everything.
 
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