Failure by a party to make support payments is not a defense to:
(1) interference with parenting time; or
(2) without the permission of the court or the other parent, removing a child from this state.
Interference with parenting time or taking a child from this state without permission of the court or the other parent is not a defense to nonpayment of support. If a party fails to make support payments, interferes with parenting time, or removes a child from the state without permission of the court or the other parent, the other party may petition the court for an appropriate order.
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