It is the law in Arkansas and Montana for sure. I'm not sure about anywhere else. I know in South Carolina they can put the non custodial parent in jail for not paying child support only if the custodial parent persues it. My brother had that happen. I'm not sure about visitation in South Carolina though. It is also law in Arkansas and Montana that if the non custodial parent is incarcerated and will be for an extended amount of time (like 7 years or more) their parental rights can be stripped. The best thing to do would be check the Child Custody and Visitation laws for your particular state.
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9/29/06 at 11:47am