Reza Athari & Associates, PLLC | Armand Fried
First, I do not think a Nevada Court will exercise jurisdiction to award child custody where the child has not lived in Nevada for at least 6 months before the custody action is started and is not physically present in Nevada. I don't claim to know Mexican law, but I believe that you would have to start an action in Mexico, in the state and locality where the child lives. And be aware that you may have to pay child support even if you do not live in Mexico, especially if there is a support order against you from a Nevada court. Such orders are enforced by a special unit of the DA's office and I have seen them require payment to be made in Mexico, but there was a prior Nevada order in effect in that case from when both paretns and the child were present in Nevada.
Answer Applies to: Nevada
Law Office of Michael W. Bugni | Jay W. Neff
It seems to me that it is first going to depend on what country has jurisdiction. Your question seems to imply that Mexico has taken jurisdiction and may have ordered child support. If that is the case, then, it seems to me that your question could only be answered by someone who practices law in Mexico
Answer Applies to: Washington
John E. Kirchner, Attorney at Law | John Kirchner
You will need to pursue any custody proceedings in Mexico if that is where the child has lived for the past 6 months or more. You will have to pay child support no matter where you or the child live, unless the child lives with you.
Answer Applies to: Colorado
The Davies Law Firm, P.A. | Robert F. Davies, Esq.
This will take some legal research. However, I am sure that I can help you with this. Give me a call, make an appointment to come see me, and let's get moving on this for you. No charge for the telephone call and no charge for the first office visit.
Answer Applies to: New Jersey