Can a father take the child away from the mother?
Take away how? As in getting custody? Yes it can happen if he files for such and the court finds it is in the best interests of the child to do so. Otherwise, both parents are expected to abide by the custody order currently in place and the parent who doesn't can find themselves in some serious legal trouble.
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…
In Michigan if two people have a child together with no custody agreement can the mother take the child from the father?
Only in cases of illegitimate births. Well, the mother can take the child but she can't stop the child from seeing the father. the child deserves to see the father in their life. The father can also take the child back and the parents can share time with the child. Or the child can make his/her own decision to live with the mother or father.