Can one parent take a child out of the state of tx without permission of the other parent?
No, you can't, especially if you have joint custody, that will be considered parental kidnapping.
Can one parent take the child out of the state without the other parent's permission when there is no custody established?
Yes, whether the parents are married or not married.
Permission from the other parent. Yes if you are in leagule custody of the child at the time
During a normal visitation? No.
As in relocating, not without the permission of the court.
No, you will need the other parents and the courts permission.
Can a parent with joint custody take a child out of the state without the other parent's permission?
This will depend on what is listed in your court order. There may be clauses that prevent you from leaving town, or your state or province without written permission from the other parent.
Depends on circumstances. If separated from the other parent, than no.
Provided it does not to live there.
Only if that parent holds legal sole custodial rights.
no you cant you need there premission
Only if the parent has sole custody or has an order from the court allowing the action.
Does an unwed parent need permission from the other parent to leave state the state of Florida with a child?
That is dependent of custody orders, but even without, the other parent could file an injunction.
If parents have joint custody can one parent move out state with the child without permission of the other parent?
No. They need the consent of the other parent or the court if the other parent objects. The court will review the situation and issue a ruling in the best interest of the child. One parent cannot interfere with the rights of the other parent..
If you have joint custody can a parent send the child to away camp without permission from the other parent?
It is possible that a parent can solely take a decision for his or her child. However; It mainly depends on the agreement between parents.
That is dependent on your orders, but even if not addressed, the other parent could file an injunction for the child to be returned. It's best to get permission and to establish a visitation schedule. see link
Can a police officer search a 14 year old child without permission or consent from a parent for trespassing?
Yes, it can be for their own safety as well as other reasons. A person in custody, minor or adult, must be searched before they are booked. Seeing an officer does not need permission from a parent to arrest their child, a search without the parent's permission would coincide.
What happens when a newly married person takes off with the child without permission and Not tell the other parent where they are?
Better get a good lawyer.
If you have joint custody can one parent get a travelling visa out of the county for the child without the other parent's permission?
no, even if you have sole custody
No, they can't without permission, provided the complaint they are investigating does not involve the parent or parents. In the event of a complaint against a parent, CPS must contact and receive permission from the other parent, or have a valid court order, AND an attorney assigned to represent the child before questioning can take place legally.
Even without a specific law, or provision in a custody order, the parent should seek the permission of the other parent, and the court, to avoid the filing of an injunction ordering the child being returned to the state. See related link
Yes. It is also kidnapping if the CUSTODIAL parent abducts the child, on the grounds that they are interfering with the other parent's care/access of the child (assuming a court order in place granting such access).
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.
Only with the permission of the court
no because the other parent needs to sign a paper saying that you gave them permission. they wont let you come in to america with out that.
Are you married to the other parent? Divorced? Are they paying child support? Do they have "visitation rights?" In some instances the court MAY require you to get permission of the child's other parent to move the child before taking up residence out-of-state.
If you have joint custody can one parent take the child out of the country for a vacation without the other parent's permission in Indiana?
No, as both signatures are required on the passport.
That is dependent on not only individual state laws, but even school districts.
Can a parent with joint custody over a child change the child's school without the other parents consent?
Even in joint custody, the order will name rights and responsibilities of each parent. Only one parent should have the right to chose the school. That parent may change the school without the other parent's permission.
What law governs the custodial parent taking a child out of state without permission of the other parent?
That depends on the individual state. Even with a law, or it being addressed in the custody orders, the parent left behind has up to six months to file an injunction to have the child returned to the jurisdiction.
Yes, however the other parent can still file an injunction for the child to be returned.
If you have physical and joint legal custody can you take the child out of state for a vacation without permission from the other parent?
I would be necessary to give the other parent notice of the pending vacation plans. Whether or not you would need permission from that parent to take an out of state trip depends upon the terms of the custodial order and the laws of the state in which the order was issued.
That depends on whether the other parent has visitation rights. If so, you cannot remove the child without court approval. Although the practices may vary from state to state. Generally, if there is a divorce or custody order that court has jurisdiction over the child and the parent cannot remove the child from the state so as to affect the other parent's access. The non-custodial parent may consent if their visitation needs are taken into… Read More
Only with permission of the court and/or the other parent.
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 a joint custody parent give the school permission to send and receive email about a child to his girlfriend without the other parents permission?
No. That would be a violation of the child's and the parent's privacy. The girl friend has no right to receive any information about the child. The father needs to take a more active role with his child and not pass it off to a girl friend.
This depends on a sole factor of whether you have a divorce decree or not. If you do not then there is nothing illegal about it; however if you do your divorce decree (or child support agreement) dictates where you may bring your child on a permanent or temporary basis.
Responsible parents do. How else will a parent find out if a child is on drugs or is violating some other rule of your home.
Typically no. The county and both parents should be in agreement. Even if it's a vacation situation.
By getting permission and signature from the other parent for the visa application for the child.
There are many factors involved. In most cases the authorities will not allow a minor to leave the country without permission of the other parent.
I am pretty sure they can if they have the permission and have custody over some of the child that is shared with the other parent.
Can a parent who has physical custody and joint legal custody put a child in a juvenile detention center without the other parents permission?
An intact family can't do that. A juvenile detention is related to the commission of a crime, so only the court does that. You can give up the child to family services, but the other parent can challenge for custody.
Depends on the ruling during the divorce.
You cannot. The US Passport Office has regulations against issuing passports to minors without BOTH parents consent. The reason for this is to prevent one parent from leaving the country with the child against the wishes, and without the permission, of the other parent. Contact your installations legal affairs office for further information.
No, the custodial parent must give written a agreement which contains all pertinent information including the date the child/children will leave and the date they will return, how and when the non-custodial parent should stay in contact, and so forth. If a non-custodial parent removes a child/children from ANY place w/o the knowledge and/or permission of the custodial parent they are committing "parental kidnapping" and may be subject to criminal prosecution and other penalties.
It certainly seems a little confrontational to use a child as a pawn like that. You may hate your X, but don't take it out on the child. Both of you should work together for the best interests of the child. * Legally, yes. A parent who retains sole custodial rights does not need the permission of the other in matters concerning the minor child. Please be advised that this would not pertain to court… Read More
What can one parent do to the other if they are still legally married and the other parent takes the children and leaves state without the other parents permission?
How long can a parent go without seeing the child before it is considered abandonment in the state of Michigan?
'Child abandonment' is when a child is intentionally left without either parent. If the child is with one parent, it doesn't matter how long it is that the other parent has seen it, it's not 'abandonment'.
No she may not - not without the agreement of both parents or the permission of the court with jurisdiction. She can, however, make that decision when she reaches the age of majority where she lives.