If you were never married to the father of your child and there is not a court order for visitation would a judge remove the child from your custody if you move out of state?
No. If there is not a custodial order in place the law presumes that an unmarried mother has full custodial rights to her child and does not need permission from the biological father or the court in matters concerning the child. In addition, when a child is born out-of-wedlock the biological father must establish paternity before custodial, visitation and child support can be addressed.
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Who has custody of a child when the parents are not married and there is not a custodial order from the court?
Answer . \nThe law presumes that an unmarried woman has sole custody of a child born out of wedlock until/unless a court rules otherwise.
Im going to. But to cover my butt I filed an intent to relocate with the court, he has 30 days to object. If he does I hire an attorney and if he does not I am out of here.
No. The court has no means to enforce that type of order.
Generally in the United States an unmarried mother has sole custodyuntil the father has established his paternity legally.
How can the fathers last name be removed from birth certificate Parents never married and father has moved to another state does not pay child support?
As a general rule modifications are not made to birth records. You can petition the court to allow a name change. However, even if a name change is allowed by the court it wil…l not change the name on the birth certificate.
The best, easiest, and safest way to do this would be to get a lawyer(one that knows custody cases), have them draw up the papers, you and the father both sign them, and the l…awyer will file them and get the judge to sign them. Should take no more than 6 to 8 months at the most.
The non custodial parent and you were never married and he owe over 7000 in child support and it is not court ordered for visitation Do you have to tell him if you are leaving town or the state?
You are never required to notify the other parent directly, however if custody was ever addressed in court you may be required to notify the family court if you intend to move… out of state with the child. This is to ensure that the court can protect the rights of the child and the non custodial parent. In your situation since no visitation was ever ordered you shouldn't have a problem taking the child out of state.
My child's father and I were never married but he does pay child support. can i move out of state due to my husband's military relocation since there is no court order on visitation?
You should get court approval to avoid any potential problems.
In the state of Maryland can a custodial parent remove minor child from state of residence if the father has court ordered visitations?
Does the custodial mother has the rights to go with child on non-custodial father visitation that ordered by the court?
no, that's custodial interference
Can custodial mother keep a child away from non-custodial father and denied him visitation that was a court ordered?
no see links
If you have never been married to the father of your child in the state of Florida can you move out of state with your child?
Yes, but he has up to six months to file an injunction requiring the child be returned. see long below
If the mother is proven unfit or incapable of caring for the child the court can order the child be removed from her physical custody. It is, however, extremely rare for the c…ourt to take away alll the rights of a mother to her child.
When two parents split up but were never married what type of custody does the mother have by default if the father has a visitation order and pays child support?
It's all up to the courts to decide. A mother can request full sole legal custody of the child even if the father has visitation rights and pays child support. The mother does… need to prove to the courts why full sole legal custody is in the child's best interest.
Who has sole custody of the minor child if parents never married in Florida and the child lives with you and you have a child support order and father does not pay and can we move out of state?
You have sole custody, however being fatherless is far more damaging to the child and society, so he can file an injunction against the move. As for him not paying, in this ec…onomy, that's become common.
What happens if you let a father see his child and there is a court order stating he has no visitation rights?
You have left out an obvious detail: Why would there be a court order that denies visitations. That implies that visits are not in the best interest of the child. You need to …do the right thing and not violate a court order that was issued for the benefit of the child. If that is the case, some other responsible adult may report the situation to the court and you may lose custody altogether.
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 part of the mother to notify the biological father of the move and to keep in touch with matters concerning the child. This is especially important if there are child support or custodial issues in the future. Such action shows good intent on the part of the mother to keep the father a part of the child's life. It goes without saying, if there are mitigating circumstances such as a history of domestic abuse the mother should take whatever precautions necessary to protect herself and her child/children.