I suggest you get a local attorney where the jurisdiction of the divorce is that has a lot of experience practicing Family Law to see what the local court does in situations like yours. He/she should be able to answer all your question.
My experience in OK is that it doesn't matter what the law says, the lower court judges don't follow it anyway. So you need to know what the local judge does.
no you can move out of state if you have joint custody.
If the Grandparent has full custody (permanent guardianship) then yes they can move out of state with the child. By full custody I mean that neither of the child's biological parents have either signed away or have been stripped of they're parental rights.
If I have sole\full custody, can I leave state with my child ?
Yes because when you can move out with or without custody.
No, however you he can file an injunction to stop the move.
YES YOU CAN . once you have full custody you have the right to move wherever you want to that's the reason you file for custody right...the the reason full custody was ordered to give you full permission to do whatever you want ..the court gave u full custody only because they see you are a fit parent at the time of filing. however the father can file for full custody in the future but i doubt he will get it since the child bee living with you for so many years and you were the sole provider
No, you cannot move a child out of state if you have joint custody.
With his permission you can.
That depends entirely on where you live. Here in Florida,the mother is assumed to have full natural parental rights and can move her children as she pleases, with or without the father's consent unless there is a contradictory court order. Check your state child custody laws. If you live in a joint custody state, you'd have to gain his permission or fight for a court order that gives you full custody.
No. If you have temporary custody the child is under the jurisdiction of a court.
No. If the child's' mother calls the police you could loss custody of your child and possible go to jail. If I was you I would contact a lawyer who specializes in child custody cases. If you can get a notarized letter from the mother saying it is okay and giving you full custody.