They can not move to a different state without getting your permission or a visitation order from a judge. If you object to your child being moved out of state then you can make them move back to the state.
can a umarried mother move her children out of state.
If she has custody of the child, of course she can.
He is still the father with/without child support and has rights. Take him to court to get the child support and make arrangements for your move to a different state.
No, you cannot move a child out of state if you have joint custody.
The legal age for a child to move out from their parents is 18 in the state of Florida. However, this can happen earlier if a child is emancipated by the courts.
Foster children are generally placed through the state they reside in. Foster parents are certified through the state. So, no, unless there is a court ruling allowing the move, it is not legal to move to another state with a foster child.
Depends on the state. In wisconsin yes. And depends on the parental agreement.
Legally, not if the father is alive & says, "No." Not until the child is 18.
No, however you he can file an injunction to stop the move.
You don't move out. That young with a child, you need adult supervision.
If you are of legal age and there is not court order of custody or visitation then you may move with your child wherever you so choose.
They are an adult at 18. They can move wherever the wish.
Jurisdiction and future modifications transfers to the state of residence of the obligor parent, not the child.
In any state, a pregnant woman can move out of state because the unborn baby does not have legal rights yet. Therefore, the father of the child has no rights over the woman or child. But, if you wait to move until the baby is born then he can file with a court to not allow you to move. So, if you want to get away and have a better chance of solely keeping the child... move now.
He can file an injunction to have the child returned.
How old was the child when she moved? Where did she move too? How long has she been there? How long had she lived in your state?
No you can't. A foster child has frequent visits with his family as required my state policy. Actually, in my state, the child must first be placed as closed to his home area as possible. Check with your area state agency.
yes, as moving out of state to avoid it is a federal crime.