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Asked on: 9/14/13, 5:28 am

Is it possible for a father who resides outside the state of New York to visit his child in the state without submitting to the jurisdiction of New York courts (He is paying child support pursuant to another state's order)? How can he assure that he will not have to appear in New York courts if he is served in New York while visiting his child? Is it likely that he could get an order before hand, again without submitting to New York's jurisdiction for child support purposes. (the mother and he were never married.)

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