Yes. Child custody is decided on what's best for the child. So if its best for the child to go with him/her, then that is what the judge will decide. * It's possible, but the non custodial parent will still have to be notified of the proceedings and given the opportunity to object to the act. Considering the cited circumstances that hardly seems fair, but it is, in the US the law.
file for custody in state of childs residence
You should visit the court immediately and file a motion for contempt. If the custodial parent is violating the visitation order then they are in contempt of a court order. If the violation continues they could lose custody. The court will schedule a hearing on the motion for contempt and the custodial parent will be required to appear and explain their actions. If you don't already have a visitation order in place then request one from the court as soon as possible.
If the baby's parents agree to it.Another View: To gain LEGAL custody: onlyif the grandparents petition the court for the childs custody and the court awards it to them.
The childs last name is irrelevant. If you have established paternity you can petition for full custody in court. Speak to your lawyer about your chances.
By petitioning the family court in the jurisdiction where the children legally reside for a guardianship order.
The childs' father, married or not. Your relationship to the father is irrelevent. The father is the first on a long list of family members. Create a living will if that is not acceptable.
The permission of both parents is necessary unless the non-custodial parent has relinquished all rights.
Childs Frick died in 1965.
Amy Childs's birth name is Amy Andrea Childs.
Gilbert Childs's birth name is Gilbert Jefferies Childs.
Martin Childs's birth name is Martin David William Childs.