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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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Q: Can a parent with joint custody move out of the country without the consent of the other parent?
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Can you move out of the country with your kids if you have legal and physical custody of them?

Not without consent of the other parent. In Michigan the Parent with custody has to live with in 80 miles of the other parent, or get written consent from the other parent and get that consent approved by the courts to live outside of that 80 miles.


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

Generally the custodial parent needs the permission of the court to move out of state/country. The consent of the other parent will make the process easier.


Can a parent that does not have physical custody enroll a child in school without the consent of the other parent?

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Can a parent who has sole custody and father has legal custody take child out of country without consent of parent with legal custody?

You need a letter from the other parent giving permission. Otherwise you risk having difficulty either leaving or returning.


Can one parent allow medical information to be shared without consent of the other parent?

If the parents are married, yes. If one parent has sole custody that parent can consent.


Can a joint custody parent make the choice to homeschool without the others consent?

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With joint custody can a parent take children out of province of Alberta without consent?

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Can a parent take a child out of the country without the consent of the other parent And if they do will child support continue?

You cannot take a child out of the country without the consent of the other parent.


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

In most cases, yes. The parent with sole custody must however inform the court that issued the custodial order and the non custodial parent before the move. The non custodial parent will be given the opportunity to contest the move if he or she so chooses. In most cases a move out of country is done without the other parent knowing. If this happens there are organizations that can help you get your child back. COntact the Red Cross for information if needed.


Can you move your children out of state if you have residential custody?

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If you do not have joint custody can one parent take the child to another country without the other parent's consent?

No, as the signature of both parents are required for the passport.


Can one parent move without the shared custody parents permission?

Not out of state and country, no. The court orders still have to work. You would need consent from both the other parent and the court.


Can a child get an immunization without the consent of parent in Texas?

Certain minors can get a vaccination without parental consent in Texas per a law passed in 2013. Only minors who are pregnant, or are a parent with custody of a child, can receive a vaccination without parental consent.


Can a minor get married without the consent of one parent but with the consent of the other?

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Can a girls parent consent for her to get married if she is in her grandmothers custody?

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Can an underage parent consent to custody of her child?

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Can a parent move with their child out of the us without the other parent's consent if legal custody has never been given?

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Can joint custody parent take child out of school for vacation without other parents consent?

You should check the conditions of your custody agreement or contact your attorney.


Can a child choose to live with a parent that does not have custody of them?

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What is the penalty for one parent taking children out of the country without the other parent's consent?

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You have the primary custody of your daughter. What if you move to another state?

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How can you get a passport for a minor without parental consent?

Unless the parents are legally divorced and you are the 'custodial parent' you cannot. This is a Passport Office regulation which is in place to prevent one parent from removing the child from the country wihout the other parent's consent or knowledge. CAUTION: If the parents have joint custody, awarded by divorce or a child custody decree, check your paperwork carefully! You may find that your court decree forbids removing the child form the country (or in some cases, even the state), without the other parents consent.


Can a parent legally take a child out of state without the other parents consent in Wisconsin?

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Can you leave the country without your parents permission at the age of 17?

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Can a primary custodial parent move a child out of state without the other parents consent?

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