Foreign child support order requiring father to pay child support to mother that had become unenforceable in the issuing state could not be registered and enforced in Oklahoma, under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA), as the law of the issuing state applied as to the nature, extent, amount and duration of payments under the order, the foreign child support order had become dormant and incapable of being revived 12 years after child became 18 years of age, and there was no evidence that dormant order had ever been revived within the proper window.
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