Custody
Children and the Law
Child Support

Can the mother take the children out of state if the parents are not married and there has been no custody appointed?

495051

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2005-06-12 07:08:53
2005-06-12 07:08:53

If the father of the children has not paid child support and showed no interest in this particular manner (not just good enough he shows up at the door to see the children) then yes, the mother has every right to move where she wants. If the father has been paying support and can prove it, then it's best to seek legal counsel and he should get part custody of the children.

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


If the parents are married both parents have equal rights to the children. If you want to establish a custody order then you must do it through court.If the parents are married both parents have equal rights to the children. If you want to establish a custody order then you must do it through court.If the parents are married both parents have equal rights to the children. If you want to establish a custody order then you must do it through court.If the parents are married both parents have equal rights to the children. If you want to establish a custody order then you must do it through court.

The mother assumes automatic custody, unless she is unfit.

Married parents have equal parental rights. They share legal custody.

Not without the permission of the child's biological mother. When a couple are not married and there is not a custodial order from the court, the law presumes that the mother has sole custody of the child in question.

In the United States both parents have equal rights of custody of the child if they are legally married.

Since there is no court order and you were never married it is the mother that have custody. He can be charged with kidnapping.

There's a presumption of joint custody, however the application of this carries no weight of law.

No. Custody must be granted by a court order unless the parents are married. If you are unmarried and want to give temporary custody of your children to your "fiance" it must be done through the court. You haven't mentioned whether the "fiance" is the father of the children.

No. Married parents have equal rights where their children are concerned. Legal joint custody means you have an equal right to make decisions that affect the children. If the two of you cannot agree then a court will need to break the impasse.No. Married parents have equal rights where their children are concerned. Legal joint custody means you have an equal right to make decisions that affect the children. If the two of you cannot agree then a court will need to break the impasse.No. Married parents have equal rights where their children are concerned. Legal joint custody means you have an equal right to make decisions that affect the children. If the two of you cannot agree then a court will need to break the impasse.No. Married parents have equal rights where their children are concerned. Legal joint custody means you have an equal right to make decisions that affect the children. If the two of you cannot agree then a court will need to break the impasse.

Joint custody is two parents sharing physical and or legal custody of minor children.Guardianship is when a person who is not the legal parenthas physical and legal custody of the minor. However, a guardian can be appointed for a person of any age who cannot manage their own affairs.

If married, and not living in Kansas. If the mother had a custody order, and first right of refusal is not declared in the orders, he will need to file a custody challenge against her parents. Kansas has an old law that does not allow widowers to have custody of young children. The maternal grandparents can take them.

Only if the parents are found unfit does the grandparents as well as other relatives have a chance for custody.

Either the biological parents have custody of a child oranother adult is appointed by the court as guardian. Generally, a court must remove legal custody from the parents in order to appoint a guardian. If the grandmother has custody she would be the legal guardian. Generally, parental custody and legal guardianship cannot run together.Either the biological parents have custody of a child oranother adult is appointed by the court as guardian. Generally, a court must remove legal custody from the parents in order to appoint a guardian. If the grandmother has custody she would be the legal guardian. Generally, parental custody and legal guardianship cannot run together.Either the biological parents have custody of a child oranother adult is appointed by the court as guardian. Generally, a court must remove legal custody from the parents in order to appoint a guardian. If the grandmother has custody she would be the legal guardian. Generally, parental custody and legal guardianship cannot run together.Either the biological parents have custody of a child oranother adult is appointed by the court as guardian. Generally, a court must remove legal custody from the parents in order to appoint a guardian. If the grandmother has custody she would be the legal guardian. Generally, parental custody and legal guardianship cannot run together.

No. Only parents are granted custody of their children by a court order. You cannot assign custody to a non-parent nor will the court. When a party other than the parent gets "custody" of a child it is done via a guardianship and must be obtained through a court. The person who requests the guardianship is appointed the child's legal guardian, the child is deemed the guardian's ward, and the case will remain under the jurisdiction of the court. There can be no guardian appointed if a parent has custody.No. Only parents are granted custody of their children by a court order. You cannot assign custody to a non-parent nor will the court. When a party other than the parent gets "custody" of a child it is done via a guardianship and must be obtained through a court. The person who requests the guardianship is appointed the child's legal guardian, the child is deemed the guardian's ward, and the case will remain under the jurisdiction of the court. There can be no guardian appointed if a parent has custody.No. Only parents are granted custody of their children by a court order. You cannot assign custody to a non-parent nor will the court. When a party other than the parent gets "custody" of a child it is done via a guardianship and must be obtained through a court. The person who requests the guardianship is appointed the child's legal guardian, the child is deemed the guardian's ward, and the case will remain under the jurisdiction of the court. There can be no guardian appointed if a parent has custody.No. Only parents are granted custody of their children by a court order. You cannot assign custody to a non-parent nor will the court. When a party other than the parent gets "custody" of a child it is done via a guardianship and must be obtained through a court. The person who requests the guardianship is appointed the child's legal guardian, the child is deemed the guardian's ward, and the case will remain under the jurisdiction of the court. There can be no guardian appointed if a parent has custody.

The mother. The father have to apply for visitation and custody in court.

It depends on the state, usually the state takes the children into custody, or the closest family relative.

You didn't provide enough detail. The answer depends on the marital status, whether paternity has been established if the parties were not married and whether the father has custody rights. If he has custody rights she is not allowed to just take them. If they are married they have equal rights to the children.

If the parents have never married and live separately with their own parents, a court would need to decide on custody. Typically, the court will place the child with the mother, but the best interests of the child are primary.

Yes, if the parents are not married, there has been no determination of paternity and no court orders regarding custody have been issued.Yes, if the parents are not married, there has been no determination of paternity and no court orders regarding custody have been issued.Yes, if the parents are not married, there has been no determination of paternity and no court orders regarding custody have been issued.Yes, if the parents are not married, there has been no determination of paternity and no court orders regarding custody have been issued.

It's not custody, it's guardianship, and there's no cost.

If the child is a minor in the state of Utah and the parents of the child have never been married then both parents are awarded equal custody. However, if there's a reason why one parent cannot care for the child, then the parent who is capable of caring for the child is awarded custody.

And you are? If the parents were not married the mother has custody until the father can petition for it after he has proved paternity in court. If married you have equal custody. Just living with you does not give you custody. it has to go through court.

The biological mother has presumptive custody, at least until a custody order is hammered out in court.

You're married now and both parents have equal parental rights.

Normally the child/children would become wards of the state until a suitable relative could be found who was willing to take custody of the children


Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.