Can a father who has joint custody with the mother stop her from moving to another state after they go to court?

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If there are not stipulations in the custodial order relating to the change of residence of either parent, the father can request the court to not allow the mother to move out of state with the minor children or grant him full or primary physical custody rights. Please be advised, if the move is for good cause, such as a job transfer then it is unlikely the court will agree to block the move.
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Does the mother of a child in joint custody have the right to take her out of state without asking the father?

Answer . Absolutely NOT! If you find that you need to move out of state, you need to file a motion to amend your settlement agreement with regards to custody issues. Most likely you will have to pay for the father's attorney's fees in order to do this and the courts do not have to allow you to mo (MORE)

If a father is seeking joint custody and the mother has been served court papers what rights does the father have until the case goes to court?

It depends if you've made an effort to support your child. If you ran away from your responsibilities and didn't pay that child support then those are marks against you in the court system. If the mother refused to take any money or refused to see you the courts will take this into consideration. At (MORE)

What are the custodial rights of a father who is going to move to a distant state?

Answer . \nIn such cases custodial rights are determined by the judge based upon the circumstances of the involved parties.\n. \nSome of the factors a judge considers are, the reasons for the parent's move, the ages of the child/children, the emotional/maturity level of the child/children, tran (MORE)

Can a father who has joint custody with the mother stop her from moving to another state with child Before they go to court?

Moving . In most situations, a custodial parent must notify the court of an intended out of state move, as it affects the non custodial parent's visitation rights. At that time, the non custodial parent can present evidence as to why they feel that moving the child is not in the child's best inte (MORE)

Can my mother stop me from leaving state with my son if we have joint custody the father is not in the picture?

Multiple possibilities... . This is a poorly worded question, so I will have to answer it in a few scenarios.\n. \nIf you are a minor in your state (anywhere from 14-17 dependant on state) your mother still has control over you - so yes she can stop you. This is true no matter what.\n. \nOR - (MORE)

If mother re marrys and has residential custody but also has joint custody with the father can she move out of state with the children to reside with new spouse?

Not without the permission of the court and/or the father. If the court allows it over the objections of the court, the following orders should be applied. . Long Distance Visitation . The highest rates of denial of court ordered visitation takes place when it involves long distance visitation (MORE)

With no joint custody can a mother move her child out of state?

Although the practices may vary from state to state. Generally, if there is a divorce or custody order that court has jurisdiction over the child and the parent cannot remove the child from the state so as to affect the other parent's access . The non-custodial parent may consent if their visitat (MORE)

If the father has court ordered custody can the mother fight for custody?

Yes, a mother can fight for custody. Unfortunately, the courts are going to tell you no, if you can't prove the change in custody is beneficial to the child's well being. There were reasons why the father was granted custody in the first place. Generally, there must be a change in circumstances (MORE)

If Father has joint custody and the mother wants to move out of state is she allowed to leave with the child when father doesn't agree?

Once a court acquires jurisdiction over a family through a divorce proceeding, it retains jurisdiction over the minor children. If the father objected to the removal of the child there would be a hearing and the court would hear evidence. It may not allow the removal of the child from the state. The (MORE)

Can the mother go to the father and get her child if there isnt a court order saying who has custody?

Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the bi (MORE)

If the mother of my child wants to move to another state what law says my child has to go with her since there is a shared custody agreement in place?

You should consult with your attorney as soon as possible. If you have a court ordered shared custody agreement which states that the child will spend certain time with you, your ex-wife cannot just pack up and move your child out of state. Generally, once a court approves a shared custody agreement (MORE)

Can a mother who has custody move out of state with the children for a job without fathers permission?

That depends on state law where you currently reside and/or the rights and limitations of your original custody order. Laws vary from state to state, and custody orders may be modified to contain different provisions. Generally, if the move would prevent a hardship to the other parent in terms of (MORE)

Can the mother who has full custody move out of state of residency of the father?

No. Not if the father has visitation rights. In that case the mother would need court approval. If the father objects the court will hear the objections and issue a ruling. No. Not if the father has visitation rights. In that case the mother would need court approval. If the father objects the cour (MORE)

What happens if the custodial mother moves out of state without telling the courts?

That depends on the law where you live. If a parent has sole legal custody, some states have no provision stating a parent must get anyone's permission including that of the court before they move out of state. In other states, if a move would present a hardship for the non-custodial parent in te (MORE)

Can a mother having share custody with the bio-father move to a different state?

That depends on state law where the child currently resides and whether or not she intends to take the child with her. Laws vary widely from state to state as do circumstances where such a move may be approved or denied, if court approval is required in the absence of consent from the other paren (MORE)

Can a mother with joint custody move with children to another state without fathers consent?

That would be something that would have to be decided by a court. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the move, it may or may not be granted. If the mother has a compelling reason to move, the request may be granted, however the onus would be on the mother to retain their joint custodial righ (MORE)

Can the father be awarded custody if the mother leaves the child with the grandparent while she moves to another state with her boyfriend?

Yes however the law is complicated and may vary depending on where you live. In all states, the child isn't considered abandoned until a certain period of time has passed. In addition, if the grandparent has been assigned or awarded legal guardianship of the child, whether temporary or permanent, th (MORE)

Can a father stop a mother from moving to another state with child no custody has been given?

That depends on the law in your state of residence. Generally, the mother (if the couple is unmarried) has presumptive custody if no custody agreement has been hammered out in court. However, the father always has the option to petition for a custody agreement at any time including provisions reg (MORE)

In Florida can an unwed mother move out of state with her child if there is no custodial court order regarding the biological father?

An unwed mother is, in all U.S. states legally presumed to hold sole physical and legal custody of a minor child until such time a court rules otherwise. That being the case, she can relocate if there is not a custodial order in place that prevents such action. It would be wise, however on the par (MORE)

You were never married never been to court and have shared custody of your child. Can the mother of your child move to another state without your permission?

Yes. An unmarried mother has sole custody of her child until the father establishes his paternity legally and then petitions for custodial rights. Once the father has established his parental rights legally, the mother cannot move to another state without his consent and/or the court's permission (MORE)

Can the mother move to another state without the father knowing?

Sure, what if the woman had an intinerant or ( Gad-About) type job such as an airline stewardess or something like that. Perhaps this was the reason that the commercial Lines tried to Bar, legally pregnant women from the airways. ( one can imagine jokes about Bomb Scares!- bad for business).

Does a 16 year old have to move to another state with mom if dad has custody or does mom have to go to court first to get custody?

If Dad has custody, not only does the 16 year old not HAVE to move with Mom, the 16 year old CANNOT move with Mom. That's how custody works. If Mom wants to take the 16 year old, Mom will have to go to court and obtain custody first (and, especially if the 16 year old doesn't want to move, which fr (MORE)