If a child lives with the mother in a different state than the father and father wants to file for custody where would he file in his state or the child's state of residence?

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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 you want to file a child support order against your child's father and you live in New Jersey and he lives in New York in which state should you file?

Answer . \nThe order is always filed in the custodial parent's state of residency which in this case would be New Jersey. All states honor child support orders and will enforce them, although some states are more aggressive in the process than others. Both New Jersey and New York are consistent a (MORE)

If neither parent has custody can the father take their child to live with him and it not be a crime so long as he files a parenting plan and they both live in Washington state?

Answer . Do it the legal way and have her served. You will need to file the proper custody paperwork at the courthouse, then wait until she is served. Once she has been served, take the children legally. Get a lawyer and be prepared for a fight.. Yes. Until a custody order has been issued by the (MORE)

How can you get the father to pay child support if he lives in a different state?

\nThere is a sub-system so to speak, within each state's child support agency. It is an interstate office. When parents reside in different states, support can still be obtained for the child(ren). The state where the absent parent resides will be petitioned by the state where the custodial paren (MORE)

If neither parent has custody can the father take their child to live with him and it not be a crime so long as he files a parenting plan and they both live in Pennsylvania state?

If there was a legal divorce and division of marital property, the custody of the child(ren) MUST have been addressed in the divorce action. Check your divorce papers carefully. If it somehow happened that it was not addressed at the time of divorce, and you do not wish the father to have custody, (MORE)

If a mother has full custody can the father file for child support?

No. If the mother has full custody, the father must pay child support to the mother who is supporting the child. Put simply, the non-custodial parent pays child support to the parent who does have custody. If the custodial parent makes significantly more than the non-custodial parent, the court (MORE)

Can a father take physical custody of a child if the mother is a minor in the state of California?

If you are the mother your parents have an overall say, if they say it is best for him to take the child then it will be done. However if you are the father think for a minute, is the child better with the mother & grandparents or with you, also are you going to take care of a baby full time, if (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)

Could a child's father keep the mother from moving to a different state even if she has full custody?

Relocating out of the state is a substantial change in circumstances that could justify a change in custody. Since the mother already has sole custody, it is unlikely that the court would order a change but it is possible. Normally the CP is required to notify the NCP at least sixty days in advance (MORE)

Mother wanted to leave state with child to pursue career change. Judge awarded 'temporary custody' to father . What does this mean?

The father has temporary custody until the court has held a hearing, examined the issue from both sides and made a decision concerning a permanent custodial order. The father has temporary custody until the court has held a hearing, examined the issue from both sides and made a decision concerning (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)

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)

Can a mother file abandonment charges on a father who has custody because the father has not picked him up from a different state when the mother came to get him and father has no way to pick him up?

It would be cruel to file abandonment charges against the father simply because he had no way of picking the child up. Arrangements could have been made. It is time both parents thought of the child and not themselves. If the father tried his best then accept it; if he is a dead beat father and the (MORE)

Can an unmarried mother move out of state with her child when the father is not listed on birth certificate but has filed for sole custody?

No. It would be very unwise for the mother to remove the childrenwhen a petition for custody has been filed. She must attend thehearings and cooperate with any court orders. Removing the childrenand failing to participate in the court process could result in herlosing custody. Just because the fathe (MORE)