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833 So.2d 1143 (2002)
Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama.
May 16, 2002.
*1144 Ralph E. Smith, Eufaula, for appellant.
Michael D. Tapp, Clayton, for appellee.
C.W. (the father) and R.E.W. (the mother) were divorced in May 1998. The mother was awarded custody of the parties’ three minor children. The father was ordered to pay $150 in child support, $120 of which was to be withheld from the father’s income and paid to the mother. The father was also ordered to pay the cost of the children’s medical and dental insurance.
In June 1999 the father petitioned to modify the divorce judgment on the basis that a material change in circumstances had occurred, i.e., the father alleged that he had moved to New York. The mother subsequently moved to Alabama and the case was transferred to the domestic relations division of the circuit court.
In March 2001 a referee held a hearing on the father’s petition to modify. At the beginning of the hearing the father advised the court that he had not filed income tax returns or paid any child support since 1998. In addition, he stated that he had moved from his employment with Coca-Cola and was looking for work elsewhere.
The referee found that a material change in circumstances had occurred, i.e., a material change in circumstances had occurred in that the father had moved out of state and moved with the children to New York. However, the referee found that it would not be in the best interests of the children for the mother’s custody to be changed to the father. Consequently, the referee recommended that the father’s petition be denied.
The mother objected to the referee’s findings and recommendations on the grounds that the referee had failed to consider all of the pertinent evidence, including evidence from the father’s older children living in Alabama.
The mother also objected to the referee’s recommendations that the father’s request for a change of custody be denied. The mother argued that, under the New York divorce judgment, she was entitled to child support and that if the father was no longer paying child support then he must have paid all of
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