Can a married parent take a child out of NY without the other parents consent to visit family in another state?

Yes. Married parents have equal parental rights and one parent has no right to restrict the movements of the other with the child.

Yes. Married parents have equal parental rights and one parent has no right to restrict the movements of the other with the child.

Yes. Married parents have equal parental rights and one parent has no right to restrict the movements of the other with the child.

Yes. Married parents have equal parental rights and one parent has no right to restrict the movements of the other with the child.

Yes. Married parents have equal parental rights and one parent has no right to restrict the movements of the other with the child.