This would be very unlikely. If the mother is providing for the child and the child is not being abused why would the child be taken away from the mother. Why would the child be taken away from where it is being cared for properly and give to someone who has had problems with the law?
No. Not until the child is 18.
Yes. The child is your baby. As long as your a fit mother the child cannot be taken away from you. If you are a minor, your parents still have custody of you, but you have custody of your child.
Even though the mother is underage she still has custody of her child as long as she does not do something to get custody taken away from her
The issue would be adultery, but not who she was with.
Not as a result of that specific action.
You, because you are the mother of the child. Unless you got the baby taken away form you and someone else has custody of him/her.
If the other person files charges against the mother for assult, the mother could get arrested. If no one is there to take care of the child - the child will be put in foster care.
The only way a mother can take a child away from the custodial father for a few months is if the custodial father approves of it in writing, and the Court approves it if the child is taken out of the State. Without approval from the father, the child can only be taken if: 1. The mother has Sole legal custody of the child. 2. There are no orders that the father be allowed any visitation.
A modification need to be done to transfer the obligation from the father to the mother. see link below
As long as the fathers right have not been taken away or he wasn't involved in the reason he was taken he can get him back.
One would assume the father has access rights and would figure out the child no longer resides with the mother. He will be notified that the child support will be going to a different receiver. see links below
Yes, Missouri does drug test newborns. Missouri will not arrest the mother if the child tests positive, but the baby may be taken away from the mother.
Get an attorney. There must be a definate, documented, just reason for taking custody away from a mother. Having parental rights taken from a mother is almost impossible...
No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect.No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect.No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect.No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect.
A motion for custody of a child in need of care, but the state will oppose it.
It depends on where you are. Most likely yes. (More like the child will be taken away from the parent.)
No unless the classes were made by the court then yes but if the classes were voluntary and the mother and/or father set them up then that shouldent happen the child shouldent be taken away.
The child is usually taken away from the abuser.
The best time a kitten can be taken away from its mother when its twelve weeks old.
Her mother got taken away from Pocahontas when Pocahontas was born.
A parent can have their child arrested for running away. The child is taken to the juvenile detention center and the parent picks the child up from there.
Child support remains.