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Support cases are highly fact-specific. If your boyfriend allowed himself to be defaulted, then he never contested the facts in the case. Your statement of facts leaves out far too many details to allow me to speculate how Michigan obtained jurisdiction to award and enforce a support order. Only a lawyer who looks at the entire case file can express an opinion as to this case.

I have a question my boyfriend has a child that was determined his via a DNA test. However it was conceived in Mississippi... And after conception they broke up and she moved home to Michigan. My boyfriend has been a Mississippi resident for years... How is it that he owes support to Michigan and is being accused of abandoning the child in Michigan when he hasn't been in Michigan in years? Never resides with the child.

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