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Can a mother leave the state AZ with her child without fathers permission?

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You need to add more details such as whether you are married, divorced or never married and whether the father has any custody rights or visitation rights.

You need to add more details such as whether you are married, divorced or never married and whether the father has any custody rights or visitation rights.

You need to add more details such as whether you are married, divorced or never married and whether the father has any custody rights or visitation rights.

You need to add more details such as whether you are married, divorced or never married and whether the father has any custody rights or visitation rights.

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Whether or not a mother can take a child out of the state without the father's consent depends on the custody order that is in place. If there is no formal agreement, she does not need permission to leave the state with the child.


I don't believe the mother can do that in any state. There is an order of how things are supposed to go. The mother must ask the courts permission to go and it must be granted. Fathers do have rights.


It is unlikely that any policy can be 'done' to a child. However if you mean take out an insurance policy then certainly. Anyone can do so with or without the fathers permission.


If there is a custody agreement in place through the courts, the mother cannot take the child out of state without the fathers consent. If there is no agreement in place, the mother does not have to have the fathers consent.





It all depends. If the father isn't allowed to see his child. But if the father has the same rights as the mother then no, it ends up as kid-napping


You will need his and the courts permission to take the child away if there is a court order for visitation or custody. The court order has to be followed.



Most Likely, yes, as it is the FATHERS child, therefore, the child is of the fathers blood making it 'ok' to use HIS surname!


Yes, but the father can file an injunction ordering the child be returned to the jurisdiction of the courts. Better to get it approved. see link.


A mother cannot move a child across the country without a father's consent. However, if it is spelled out in separation or divorce papers, she can.


Generally, not if the child is a minor, at least not without permission of the probate court or written permission of the estate's executor. However, the child will be appointed a guardian for the purposes of probate and the guardian may petition the court requesting permission for the minor child to obtain access the the will.


If you're not married, yes. You have no parental rights until granted them by a court.


No she absolutely cannot do that. In fact, wherever she lives, she isn't legally authorized to leave the state with those kids WITHOUT your written consent. If you agree and it's in writing, she can take the kids to another state and, no matter where they are, child support still applies.


Custody arrangements by which it is in the best interest of the child without infringement of the mother or fathers rights.


If a visitation schedule is recorded, you would be required to return the child to the area in order for him to exercise his access rights.


No, single fathers have no parental rights to the children until granted them by a court. see links below



Depends on the circumstances and whether there's a court order restricting it. If not, you can file an injunction ordering the child be returned to the jurisdiction of the court. To learn more check Dads House below.


If the grandparent likes the child a lot to a point they can do what ever they want to do .





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