UIFSA works together with FFCCOA to created one controlling support order for alimony and child support — one order, one time, one place.

To accomplish this, UIFSA establishes priorities to determine which state has continuing exclusive jurisdiction over a support order.

The state with continuing exclusive jurisdiction is the only state that can modify a support order.

 

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