If parents have joint custody can one parent move out state with the child without permission of the other parent?

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No. They need the consent of the other parent or the court if the other parent objects. The court will review the situation and issue a ruling in the best interest of the child. One parent cannot interfere with the rights of the other parent..

Can a joint custody parent give the school permission to send and receive email about a child to his girlfriend without the other parents permission?

I would certainly question the violation of privacy rights by any school that used email correspondence. A "girlfriend" who is not the biological parent. Has no legal or ethic

If a parent has joint legal custody is it legal for the other parent to take the child out of state without permission?

Generally joint custody means both parents have equal rights to decisions concerning the child. However, the actual terms would be in the custody agreement. Therefore, it may

If you have joint custody can one parent take a 16 year child out of the country for a vacation without the other parent's permission?

Yes, but not wise without it. Far too often, just to be arbitrary, at the last minute, the other parent, often the residential parent, will file a last minute injunction to st

Can a child move to the other parents without the custodial parents permission?

Yes and No. It depends on what state you live in. Almost all states allow the child to choose which parent he or she wants to live with. The age depends on the state. The rang
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What can happen to a joint custody parent for moving a child from one state to another without the joint custody parents consent?

First, a injunction should be filed to stop the move, or have the parent ordered to return the child to the jurisdiction of the court. Further, a motion for contempt for inter