Can a grandparent with custody move out of state with the child?
If the Grandparent has full custody (permanent guardianship) then yes they can move out of state with the child.
By full custody I mean that neither of the child's biological parents have either signed away or have been stripped of they're parental rights.
When you give custody of your child to their grandparent and you want to move out of state but want visits can the judge stop you from moving?
Possibly, depending on where you live. You would need to provide your state of residence as well as outline whether or not your parental rights were terminated when your grandparent obtained custody of your child.
No, you cannot move a child out of state if you have joint custody.
Can a grandparent get coustody of their 16 year old grandchild if the child wants to live with the grandparent and does the child have the right to move out of the parents' home?
The child have to be 18 in order to choose where to live but in some states the grandparents do have the right to seek custody. But unless the parents are found unfit I can't see that you would get custody.
The parent who has temporary custody cannot move with the child. The other parent may find it difficult, if not impossible, to get custody if they have moved out of state. Moving out of state during a custody action will definitely complicate the situation. The parent who has temporary custody cannot move with the child. The other parent may find it difficult, if not impossible, to get custody if they have moved out of state… Read More
If she has custody of the child, of course she can.
No. If you have temporary custody the child is under the jurisdiction of a court.
It depends on what type of custody agreement you have with the child's father. If there is visitation set in place and you have joint custody, you cannot move out of state without his permission.
You cannot legally move a child out of state if you don't have legal custody. You would be kidnapping that child. If you are an unmarried father you must obtain proof of your paternity through the court and then you can petition for custody. Otherwise, you have no parental rights and if you take the child it will be a law enforcement matter.
If you receive child support and you move out of state and file for full custody does the child support stop?
No, however you he can file an injunction to stop the move.
if you are refering to the child's home state/county, then the answer is yes. for example, you cannot move the child to another county, or state and petition that county court, or state court for custody rights.
Can a grandparent get coustody of their 16-year-old grandchild if the child wants to live with the grandparent and does the child have the right to move out of the parents' home?
A 16-year-old cannot leave home without parental consent. If they do and the parents call the police (and I'm assuming they would) then the police will pick the child up and return him/her home. Despite the fact that you are family, it is possible that you (the grandparent) could be charged with something along the lines of harboring a runaway/interring with child custody/contributing to the delinquency of a minor/etc (the exact charges depending on where… Read More
If a father is paying child support but has not gone through custody court does he have say over the child and mother moving out of state?
Petition the court for an emergency custody hearing before she leaves the state - without the courts custody agreement in place she can move at will.
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.
Can a mother who is remarried move her child out of state when the father has joint custody without permission?
No she can not.
Can a fourteen year old child decide to live with a grandparent in Washington state if he has the consent of one parent?
A fourteen year can live with a grandparent if her parents are not opposed to it. If one parent is opposed, then the child cannot move unless the courts orders so.
If both parents agree to one parent moving out of state with the child, then you can have your custody agreement amended with new terms.
With or without the child? Which state did the custody order originate? You haven't provided enough information for anyone to give you an accurate answer.
no you can move out of state if you have joint custody.
No, as you don't have primary custody so it would be considered parental abduction.
Is it kidnapping in the state of Indiana if your husband moves to another state with OUR children There is no child custody agreement?
No, unless a custody order is being violated, it is not kidnapping for the Father to move out of state with his own children.
it depends on your custody papers and what they say... if you have joint custody NO.... if you have residential custody maybe with court allowing it.... if you have sole custody then you would need to inform him but you could leave!!!
You will need court permission to move the child or to exercise your visitation in an alternate location.
Can a mother take a child and move to another state without telling the father if they are divorced?
Generally, no. If the mother has full legal and physical custody of that child she can move with that child unless the father has visitation rights. She must comply with the custody and visitation schedule set by the court with jurisdiction.
Can a single father move out of the state of Oklahoma with his child if he does not have full custody?
No. If the child's' mother calls the police you could loss custody of your child and possible go to jail. If I was you I would contact a lawyer who specializes in child custody cases. If you can get a notarized letter from the mother saying it is okay and giving you full custody.
If you have joint custody can you get permission from a judge to move out of state with your joint child?
Yes in some cases if you have good reasons to move. You always have the option of leaving the child with the other parent.
What do you do to have your son at twelve move to mn with you when he lives with his dad in pa and you have no custody papers?
First you need custody of him and the only way to get that is by going to court. If the father then have shared custody or visitation rights both he and the court have to then give you permission to move the child out of state. You also, satisfactory to you both, solve the issue about the child being able to see both parents so the visitation or shared custody order is not broken. So… Read More
If you're not married to the father of your baby and decide end the relationship who gets custody of the child and can you move the child to another state?
The court decides and no.
That depends on whether the other parent has visitation rights. If so, you cannot remove the child without court approval.
No. If there is a child support order that means a state court has jurisdiction over the child. If the parent who is paying child support has any parental rights of custody or visitation the custodial parent would need the NC parent's consent and court approval to move out of state. The existing orders would have to be modified. No. If there is a child support order that means a state court has jurisdiction over… Read More
Can a child that lives wit the mother that have joint custy of the child can he move to another state with the father?
That depends on the state where the custody order was issued and the order's provisions, but in general, joint custody implies that both parents have equal say in decisions affecting a child's life and either parent has the power to ok or deny a decision such as a move, especially a move that would prevent a hardship to another parent in terms of their parenting time with their child. In other states, any child under… Read More
Joint custody is a court order whereby custody of a child is awarded to both parties. In joint custody both parents are "custodial parents" and neither parent is a non-custodial parents, or in other words the child has two custodial parents.
If the father has no legal custody, but is paying child support, he should be at least told. It's his child, too. The parents divorced each other - they did not divorce themselves from the child.
An attempt to alienate the child from the other parent.
Just keep in mind What is in the best interest of the child and that they love each parent,
In new york state neither parent has court ordered custody but the child primarily lives with the mother can she move out of state legally for job with the child?
In the absense of a court order, either parent can move anywhere they want. The other parent can then try to obtain a court order giving them sole custody if they don't like it.
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 economy, that's become common.
You have joint legal custody and primary residential custody and the father is allowed reasonable visitation can you move out of state?
If it is in in the Indian context, then you will have to take permission from the court to take the child out of the State. Remember that the father has visitation rights and your taking the child out of the state shall have a directly negativebearing on such rights of the father. In custody matters,what weighs with the court is the welfare and wellbeing of the child and not the wishes and convenienceof the… Read More
Although the practices may vary from state to state. Generally, if there is a divorce or custody order that court has jurisdiction over the child and the parent cannot remove the child from the state so as to affect the other parent's access. The non-custodial parent may consent if their visitation needs are taken into consideration. The parent who desires to move must request permission from the court and the court will hear objections.
Yes because when you can move out with or without custody.
If your not married, she can go anywhere she wants to, she has custody, she is single, then you can't tell her where to move. If you are married, then it can be up to the judge if the child can be taken out of state.
Can your ex-wife take your kid to another state when you have joint custody and you live in Los Angeles?
When parents share joint custody major decisions concerning the child(ren) must be agreed on by both. This includes moving the child(ren) out of the state jurisdiction where custody was awarded. Either party can petition the court to allow the move or block the move if it becomes a matter of contention. The court will always renders decisions based on the welfare of the child(ren).
Well, if he's paying child support, that means she has custody of at least one child who is under 18. So, by law, no, it is illegal for the mother to move out of state without telling the father.
What if the child is 13 yrs old and want to move in with father if you have phyiscal custody of her?
What if the child is 13 yrs old and want to move in with father if you have phyiscal custody of her?
If stepparent is in the navy and mother has sole custody can the mother and child move with the stepparent?
That would probably require the permission of the court. Sole custody does not always mean freedom to leave the state.
That depends on state law where the child legally resides and the custody/visitation order that is in place. You need to provide more information to get an informed opinion.
Child custody issues get more complicated when different states are involved. Courts deciding child custody and visitation matters will always make a decision based on the best interests of the child. Child custody and visitation agreements can be modified with the consent of both parents or by the Court. Anything can be changed as long as it is consistent with the best interests of the child. I am not sure from your question whether you… Read More
Yes, but the father can still file an injunction to prevent it.
In fact you can, if the sim you want to gain custody is related to the person who has lost the child they may gain custody of the child and will move in with them. I'm not sure if it automatic or if it is ocassional but you can definetly get custody.
Move your child where? Out of state, within the state, to another home within the same town? Circumstances may vary depending on state law and the provisions outlined in the original custody order, but generally, you cannot move if it presents a hardship to the other parent in maintaining their visitation or other rights without the other parent's consent and/or approval of the court. When asking for legal advice, it's very helpful to post as… Read More
If you have joint custody, you cannot move out of the state with the child without the other parent's consent. Even if you have sole legal custody you cannot interfere with the other parent's visitation rights by moving. The visitation order must be modified. Absent the consent of the other parent, you need the permission of the court.