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Can the mother of your unborn child move from Texas to Mississippi without the consent of the father?

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2005-11-21 18:08:08
2005-11-21 18:08:08

Yes, if the couple are not married the mother is presumed to have full legal custody of an unborn or born child, until a court rules otherwise.

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Legally speaking, no. A mother can petition a court to do so, however.

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Mary will always be relevant to us, because she is the Mother Of Christ Our Saviour. Without her consent to the Father, Christ Would Have not Come to Be.

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