Can you move out of state with an on-going case involving CPS?
Depending if there is an open investigation or if the investigation has finished without charges pending. The safest bet is to call the case worker or supervisor to determine the status of the case.
If the case has criminal charges pending, that would be no. It is called fleeing to avoid prosecution. If you and your case worker have a Family Plan in place you must notify your case worker and quite possibly they will want you to set up an appointment with Family and Child Services in your new location.
Anytime you are involved with a state agency you should notify your case worker or supervisor when you have a change of address. People who move during an investigation or with a Plan in place without notifying the agency, can face criminal prosecution.
Yes, if the amount of the claim in a civil case is in excess of $75,000, the plaintiff may use federal diversity jurisdiction to move the case from state to federal court.
If you move out of state you might lost subsity for the children. It depends on where you live you have to ask a case worker.
No as you are accused of felony in the state of Oklahoma , you will have to get a written permission to leave the state by the judge.
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An attempt to alienate the child from the other parent.
How do you move custody case from its state of origin to the state where you have resided for 6 years in pro per?
Usually, it just requires simply registering the case at your local court house, but the court of current jurisdiction and refuse to give it up if the other parent still resides in that state.
Yes, it is legal, but if you are out on bond, you should check the conditions of your bond. You may be prohibited from leaving the state.
Why would my filing a chapter 7 keep you from moving to another state? If you inadvertently changed personal pronouns in your question, the short answer is, yes, you can. You will still have to attend any court proceedings in the state you filed in, unless you move to have the case transferred to the new state and it is allowed.
With approval from the court that has jurisdiction over the case. It will help if you have the other parents consent.
If a car is registered and insured in a new residence state can the car still be insured and registered in the old state just in case you move back?
not in any state or thru any insurance company I know of.
You are working and will have to quit your job to follow your husband can you apply to unemployement in the new state you will be moving in and get benefits?
First, some states allow you to collect unemployment if you have to move because your spouse relocates, in which case it would be from the state you moved FROM (the "liable state"). Secondly, you could not collect from the state you move to because that state did not collect unemployment taxes from your former employer (hence, not the "liable state")
Is it legal in the state of Michigan for a sixteen year old girl to runaway with a twenty year old man?
Running away is not legal in any state. In that case you could just move out.
Has parentage been established? If yes, that depends on the law in the state where you currently reside. Consult an attorney for more information specific to your case.
Coyle v. Smith is an important court case because it ruled a law that said prohibiting Oklahoma to move it's state capital unconstitutional. Therefore, Oklahoma was allowed to move its capital from Guthrie to Oklahoma City.
Will a judge allow the mother to move out of state with the kids even if its agreed upon in court papers that she can not?
no but just in case, see links below
This question is impossible to answer. It will depend on which country you are from and what you have to offer to America. You will need to research your case on line or give a lot more information on a website like this.
If you live in Iowa but you are were born in Nebraska do you have to go by the laws of the state you were born in or the state you live in In this case you are a minor and want to move out of home?
You're a resident of Iowa so Iowa laws apply.
There is no single answer to your question. If paternity has been established in court and the father has custody or/and visitation rights, the mother may need his consent and the court's approval depending on the "reasonableness" for the move. The court decides such issues on a case by case basis and according to state laws.
Yes she can. Unwed mothers assume an automatic temporary custody, until the case is decided by the court. The only way to stop her from moving is to file for custody ASAP. Once filed, the state has jurisdiction and she can't move.
Exact time varies from state to state but in all cases, such timelines move quickly. Contact the court where your case is being heard or an attorney for more specific information.
For a misdemeanor in OK does the statute of limitations stop if you move out of state and begin again when you return?
It depends on the specific Oklahoma laws, but that is the case here. Most places toll the time frame when the individual is not in the state.
No, the age of majority and the age of consent for the state is 18. That being the case, the minor female could not legally move in with the adult male whether or not her parents consented to the act.
Keep in mind, possession is 99% of the law, however, if there is a pending costudy case with the father of the child, before you move consult with an attorney.
No. If a court has jurisdiction over your case you must resolve the dispute in that court. Fleeing to another state would bring more trouble. No. If a court has jurisdiction over your case you must resolve the dispute in that court. Fleeing to another state would bring more trouble. No. If a court has jurisdiction over your case you must resolve the dispute in that court. Fleeing to another state would bring more trouble… Read More
Yes. This is allowed. Depending on what kind of probation you are on, if it is bench, then you just need to tell the court your new address. If you are on supervised probation, you may have to get your case transferred to your new city and state.
If you go to another state to try and get a job but you are collecting unemployment from another state can you continue with the same state just in-case you don't get a job at the new state?
Normally, yes, as long as you comply with the first state's requirements for finding a job and its provisions for making the move.
No she can not. If there is a court order for custody or visitation she will be breaking it. She needs consent from both you and the court in that case.
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Can you get Power of Attorney in the state the only child lives in instead of the state the elder lives in knowing you want to move them when they are incapable of caring for themselves?
Yes. You could do that. However, you could also have the parents execute a Durable Power of Attorney and a Health Proxy in each state in case something unexpected happens prior to the big move. You should ask an attorney in your state if execution in both states would be necessary.
If your on supervised probation and want to move to another state and the state says they wont take you and you get your probation made unsupervised than can you move to that state and your a sex offe?
Even if you are "un-supervised" your case still falls under the jurisdiction of the court of the state in which you were convicted. ALSO, as a convicted sex offender, I'm sure you are aware of the requirement of checking in and registering with law enforcement in ANY jurisdiction in which you intend to live. Best thing to do is to contact the court in which you were convicted and which placed you on probation, and… Read More
In Tennessee if a wife takes her children and leaves her husband to move to another state is that considered abandonment?
Yes , you see the husband can easily file a case against her , for abandonment.
Yes, as long as you have the other parents consent to do so and the approval of the court with jurisdiction over the case.
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In most states, no. But, the state can remove her, if it's determine to be abuse, which is not always the case. Circumstances need to be determined. In Texas, she can move out without a cause, and rent an apartment.
no you can move out of state if you have joint custody.
Can you still sue someone who use to live in state but just moved out of state and if so should the suit be filed in the state where the incident occured and both parties lived or the new state?
This is a question of jurisdiction. Who has legal oversight? The state where the accident occured has jurisdiction over the case, and specifically the county. Even if both parties move out of state.
Child protection services has your children if you move to a different county will your case move as well?
The case stays in the county it originated in.
Have workmans case open still in oklahomai want to move out of state does this all have to be settled before you can move this is taking way too longdoesnt seem fair?
Unless you are under some kind of court order confining your travel, you may leave the state whenever you wish. HOWEVER - be advised that if you miss any subsequent workmans comp hearings they could dismiss your case for "want of prosecutition" and your employer will win by "default" because of your no-show.
They can not move to a different state without getting your permission or a visitation order from a judge. If you object to your child being moved out of state then you can make them move back to the state.
If Your mom has legal custody of you but you have not been living with your mom for the past five months and she is now trying to make you move with her out of state is that possible?
yes. you may have to take your case to court
Good question. Sometimes licensure in one state will qualify in other states as well. If this is not the case for the state you want to move to then you must obtain new licensure in that state. Check the ANA website for more answers. A link is provided.
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yes depending on the state
You can move regardless of the banckruptcy but the banckrupcy will follow you any state you got since it is to your name and not in a state data base. Move but dont apply for credit.
If your probation is being supervised by the state of Texas you will have to petition the court to allow you to move out-of-state and they will have to determine if the state to which you wish to move will accept the transfer of your probation to them.
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In the state of Missouri you CAN move out at 17 you are considered an adult!, and the juvenile court stated you can move out of state as long as you make sure the laws there are ok with it as well i am from Missouri i have 3 months till i turn 18 and i am moving out . so yes you can move out at 17 in Missouri
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Yes. An interstate compact application will need forwarded to the state where the offender wishes to move. If supervision is accepted then then the probationer may move to the state.