Timothy Denison's answer Make a motion to terminate your support, effective March of 2018. Ask for a child support audit to determine the arrearage and make sure it is now all being credited against arrears.
Timothy Denison's answer Child support will likely be based on the state where he is now located, although if you are in Kentucky, I would highly recommend you transferring it there rather than Va. You do not have to wait until after your deployment.
Anna Aleksander's answer You should probably take legal action in Court, such as contempt, or Motion for return of child etc. This site is for general advice only and your question can't be answered without an appropriate legal consultation.
Timothy Denison's answer Very likely statute of limitations has run on child support collection. You can file a petition to convert to divorce in Woodforest County where the legal separation was granted.
Timothy Denison's answer It would not be easy unless the mother consented to the TPR or unless she had some one willing to adopt him. He really needs to consult a local attorney who can help him with this decision. The ultimate decision will be up to the judge but his chances for termination go way up if mother approves and/or someone is willing to adopt the child.
Timothy Denison's answer If the child is his, there is no way to just make her go away short of terminating his parental rights(if that is even possible). If the child is his, he will have to pay child support unless the mother does not pursue it (which is highly unlikely). It should not cause a moving issue for him or you, you will simply have to deal with it long distance.
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