No she cannot. If the court order needs to be changed it has to be done in the court where it was issued. She is breaking the court order if she is trying to stop him from seeing his child or the child from seeing the parent. Child support and visitation are two separate issues.
No. You would need to go to court to ask for a modification in visitation in order to deny him seeing his child.
Can a mother still keep her child from seeing the father even if he doesn't pay child support?"
If no court orders exist, yes.
A mother cannot stop a father from seeing his child unless a court has ordered that he not be allowed to see them. The mother can be held in contempt of court if she doesn't allow visitation.
No. She would need a court order.
i have done that. and i am only 16 with a 8month 1day old son. his father wanted to see him and i did not think it was safe so i told him no. so yes a mother can deny the father access to the child.
The mother cannot deny rights at all. Period. It is up to the courts on who gets what rights. But even the courts will not deny you rights based on if you have a girlfriend or not. However, if the girlfriend in question is around the child and can be said to have a harming effect on the child, then yes, it is possible to loose custody
No. No woman can by law deny a potential or possible father of a paternity test of their child(ren).
of course not the father if he wanted to can keep seeing his child the mother can not do that it is the fathers child to furthermore the father will have to pay child support no matter what
Not if court ordered.
If there is no joint custody then yes, the mother can deny visitation rights to the father. However, unless the father is unfit such as a drug user; belongs to a gang; has a criminal record then the child should come first and should have the right to see the father no matter how the mother feels about the father of her child.
Only the court can deny rights, the mother can not.
Not unless she has a court order.
No. Child support, visitation, custody etc are all separate issues. The court will see to what is best for the child and one parent can not deny the parental rights of the other.
No, but they might deny YOU Medicaid.
Through court actions, but not on her own.
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That might depend on where you live. The safest answer is to check it out with your lawyer or the courts.
No, but she can ask for supervised. Allegations of this type are standard by gatekeeper mothers.
If you're the father, and the mother is attempting to deny you visitation rights, you need to get a lawyer and take it to court. If you're the mother, and you'd like to deny the father visitation rights, you need to get a lawyer and take it to court. Child support is an entirely separate issue. It has NOTHING to do with visitation or custody rights. You are obligated to abide by the court orders in both cases, but you don't get to stop paying support or deny visitation just because the other parent did the other one of those things.
If you are a good mother I wouldn't DENY the father anything. I think you should set time limits as in do not call after8:30pm on school nights and 10-11pm on the weekends. I don't think it is fair to the child to deny the father the right to speak to his daughter. It will only hurt her in the end.
Yes, you will still have to pay child support because you are the mother or father of the child, and that makes you still pay child support.
Only in cases of illegitimate births. Well, the mother can take the child but she can't stop the child from seeing the father. the child deserves to see the father in their life. The father can also take the child back and the parents can share time with the child. Or the child can make his/her own decision to live with the mother or father.
If there is a visitation order the mother must obey it or she will be in contempt of a court order. If she wants to change the court order she has to petition the court for a modification and provide a good reasons why the child should not be allowed to see his father.