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Can my exhusband take my child from school without my consent?

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Generally, he can if he has joint legal custody. Otherwise he cannot and the school cannot release the child to him without your consent.

Generally, he can if he has joint legal custody. Otherwise he cannot and the school cannot release the child to him without your consent.

Generally, he can if he has joint legal custody. Otherwise he cannot and the school cannot release the child to him without your consent.

Generally, he can if he has joint legal custody. Otherwise he cannot and the school cannot release the child to him without your consent.

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