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No, Must notify the court that gave legal custody of move,in giving notice to court must notify other parent ,to give court give custodian power to make the change

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Q: Can the legal custodian of a child in WI move to FL without notifing the other parent?
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Custodian parent leave Virginia with children if non custodian parent doesn't pay child support?

If non custodian don't pay child support Can custodian parent move from virginia?

Which parent has custody if the child lives with someone other than the parent?

Typically, the caretaker is the custodian.

Can the non custodial parent take the child out of the state of Indiana without permission from the sole custodian?

If they can court order visitation rights.

When the child has not being living with the custodian parent that has custody for seven months?

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What child support law would apply if the noncustodial parent is in Ohio and the child was born out of wedlock in the Philippines?

Ohio has jurisdiction over the non-custodian parent. The Philippines has no jurisdiction over the non custodian parent and as far as I know the Philippines has no jurisdiction out side of their county.

If the primary parent moves the child 40 or more miles away whos responsiblity is it to transport the child for visitation?

It depends on the individuals concerned. The custodian can insist the other parent travels to them to visit the child. If the non-custodian wants to take the child out for the day - it's their responsibility to return the child to the place of residence, on or before the agreed time.

When each child lives with a parent and the mother is custodian and has no income is the father responsible to pay support for the child who lives with the mom?


What age can a child choose to live with a non-custodial parent or custodian in California?

When they no longer is a child by law, age 18.

How old does a child have to be to switch houses from a parent who is the full custodian to a parent who has visitation rights in the state of New York?

Until you are 18 the parent with full custody can determine where you live.

What is the name of the person who takes custody of a child?

depending on the situation, "custodial parent," "caretaker relative," "custodian" or "guardian"

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.

What visitation schedule is good for a 2 year old does not know non custodial parent?

The visitation schedule for the non-custodian parent who does not know the child should start out slow. You may want to stay when the child is with the parent he or she does not know.

What age in ga can a child decide not to visit a non-custodian parent?

Age 18 see links below

When can a parent be sued for child support?

You are liable for child support when your child spends more than half his/her time with another custodian. Typically this is worked out in family court. If you do not pay, you can be sued.

Can a parent emancipate from a child in MO?

no, in Missouri you can a parent to do that without the child having a place to go

What if the cout make a decision that the non-custodian parent suppose to see the child on all major holidays and the custodian parent do not want to cooperate with that decision in California?

drag them back to court and let the judge know that they are not following the court order. they will comply or be in contempt

Can child support be petitioned if custody hearing is pending?

No. Before a support petition can be filed there must be a parent or guardian who is designated as the primary custodian of the minor child/children.

Does a child have to visit a parent without visitation rights?

No the child does not.

Can a parent kidnap a child?

If the non- custodial parent takes the child without permission it is considered kidnapping.

Does child support stop when custodian parent dies?

Absolutely not - the child's needs do not stop upon the death of the custodial parent. And, unless designated in a custody order and/or Will, the child does not automatically go to the other parent. The mother can designate anyone as guardian of the child, or if not designated, the child goes to her relatives or state family services. see link

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'.

Can a non-biological parent adopt the child of the birth parent without his or her signature?

Can a non biological parent. Adopt a child in the state of kentucky without a biological parents signature

Can one parent get therapy for child without other parent consent?


Can a non custodial parent take a child to the hospital with out the hospital notifing legal guardian?

On a personal level the non-custodial parent should notify the other parent if there is an emergency. However, if the child is with the non-custodial parent and needs attention, then it is right to take them for treatment. The essential thing is to care for the child and not exert control over every situation. As a custodial parent/guardian, you could set up arrangements in advance and let the other parent know which hospital/Dr to use and have your contact number on record.United StatesThe non-custodial parent does not have the legal authority to have the child treated at a hospital unless it is an emergency and the custodial parent is notified immediately.

What is the difference between having full cusody and having primary custody?

Full custody is defined as one parent of a child having sole control over a minor child with the other having no custodial rights. Primary custody means that both parents share custody (also known as joint custody) but the primary custodian is the parent that the child spends most fo their time with/lives with on a regular basis. In other words, the parent that is not the primary custodian is the one that has the visitation rights.