Go to the court of jurisdiction and file an emergency injunction temporarily stopping visitation rights based on the same. It is your right to know exactly where your child will be staying during visitation and if the location is unsuitable, it is also your right to request visitation modification based on the same including termination of visitation or supervised visitation.
Single fathers have no rights to see their child until approved by a court. see links below
'Child abandonment' is when a child is intentionally left without either parent. If the child is with one parent, it doesn't matter how long it is that the other parent has seen it, it's not 'abandonment'.
No, it is not the child's fault, they still need the bonding effects of both parents. The other parent although not paying support is still subject to pay other bills until you can get them to court, which would also clear up the issue of keeping the child from the other.
'Abandonment' is when a child is left somewhere with no parent, ie, the child has been ditched somewhere. If the child is with one parent, it doesn't matter how long the other parent doesn't see it, it's never 'abandonment'.
can a parent keep a child from the other parent during divorce
It very much depends on the situation and if there are any outstanding court orders the parent is trying to avoid. There are cases of abuse where it is the only choice for the safety of parent and child. As a parent, you have to act as wisely as you can in favor of the child, especially if you are "just" mad at the other--always is better to keep the other parent in the child's life. Sometimes being reasonable and acting as if things are amicable is the shortest way to solving the aggravation.
It depends on the individuals concerned. The custodian can insist the other parent travels to them to visit the child. If the non-custodian wants to take the child out for the day - it's their responsibility to return the child to the place of residence, on or before the agreed time.
The parent with physical custody receives child support from the other parent.The parent with physical custody receives child support from the other parent.The parent with physical custody receives child support from the other parent.The parent with physical custody receives child support from the other parent.
Not legally. If this happens, file a motion in court to compel the other parent to honor the visitation order.
Not on taxes no. The parent the child lives with has the main right to claim the child. But if that parent can't or doesn't want to then the other parent can
You cannot take a child out of the country without the consent of the other parent.