Relocation of a child:
The custodial parent may not move the child out of the state unless he or she has permission from the court or the consent of the other parent (if that parent has court-ordered visitation time). A court order isn't required if the other parent hasn't used his or her parenting time for at least a year or has moved to another state and is residing more than 50 miles away from the custodial parent.
※ Child Support in North Dakota:
Both parents are responsible for the education and support of their children until the age of 19 or until a child completes high school, whichever occurs first. A child support obligation ceases if the child no longer resides with the custodial parent, becomes emancipated, marries, or dies.
Child support is calculated by applying the ND child support guidelines which are established by the North Dakota Department of Human Services. Both parents income is used in the computation, taking into consideration the custody arrangements, how many children are to be supported, and any child support obligations for children outside the marriage.
All child support orders will include a provision for health insurance if such coverage can be obtained at a reasonable cost for the obligated parent. If the custodial parent is able provide health insurance at no cost (or for a nominal cost), that parent will be required to carry the health insurance coverage. If neither parent is able to provide health coverage for the child, it will not bar the ability of the child to be covered under public health coverage.
Child support is paid to the state disbursement office, which will in turn issue the payment to the other parent. An income withholding order may be used to enforce child support orders and withholding payments will also be paid to the state disbursement office.
Termination of parental rights does not automatically terminate child support, unless by an order of the court. If the court does end a parent's duty to support a child, it doesn't relieve the duty to pay back child support.