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Can a parent with joint custody move out of the country without the consent of the other parent?

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2015-07-15 21:21:26
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ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!!!! With joint custody, both parents have rights and your son needs to find an attorney to make sure she doesnt move the child out of country.

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