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Can you sue for custody when the other parent volunteers for an overseas Air Force assignment to keep her from moving the child out of the country?

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2017-03-17 13:40:55
2017-03-17 13:40:55

Are you married? If not, then any branch on the military requires the parent to sign over all rights before deployment (or even enlisment for that matter). My brother-in-law married his child's mother so he could keep rights to his child when he enlisted in the military. I don't know, however, if this is the case in the even of divorced parents. Find out how to contact the appropriate authorities within the Air Force and make them aware of the situation.

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