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No, persons who are not the biological parent(s) have no legal rights concerning the child regardless of what the issue may be.

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Q: Can your boyfriend's mother take your father to court so you can move in with them?
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Make a mother move back to the state the father lives?

Whether or not you can make the mother move with her child back to the state where the father lives depends on the original court order, where you live, and what is best for your child. If you don't have a court order that specifies that the mother must remain in a certain state, you'll need to petition the court to make her move back. If the court believes that it is in the best interest of the child to live in the same state as the father, the mother may be ordered to move.


How can the mother of a minor child move out of the state of Indiana with her chilld?

With the permission of the court, and/or the father.


Can the mother who has full custody move out of state of residency of the father?

No. Not if the father has visitation rights. In that case the mother would need court approval. If the father objects the court will hear the objections and issue a ruling.No. Not if the father has visitation rights. In that case the mother would need court approval. If the father objects the court will hear the objections and issue a ruling.No. Not if the father has visitation rights. In that case the mother would need court approval. If the father objects the court will hear the objections and issue a ruling.No. Not if the father has visitation rights. In that case the mother would need court approval. If the father objects the court will hear the objections and issue a ruling.


What can the father do if mother of the kids move out of state with out asking the father first?

First, the father must be sure that the mother did not receive permission from the family court to move. If the mother did not get permission from the family court, the father can immediately go to his local family court, and file for full custody of his children. Upon hearing that the mother absconded with the children, a judge will issue an Amber Alert for the children. The children will be retrieved from the state the mother took them to and be returned to the father. Usually this results in the mother receiving supervised visitation for quite a while, since she cannot be trusted to follow a court order.


Can a mother take child from a father and move to a new town?

It is possible. Though only through the court. If the Child is yours through court you can move anywhere and receive child support


How far can children move in nys if father has visitation rights?

Children can't move anywhere. The mother is moving them away from the father. 50 mile limit without court approval


Can an unwed mother who has been sharing custody just move out of Washington state without telling the father?

If there is a court order for shared custody it has to be followed and therefore she can not move without his and the courts permission. If the father has never established his paternity in court and there are no current court orders for custody or visitation then the mother is free to move. However, the father could file an injunction to give himself time to establish his paternity. If that is the case then he should consult with an attorney if possible or speak with an advocate at the court.


What does a father's consent letter for letting a mother and child move to another country need to have?

The mother and child leaving the country need to have the custodial father approve it, AND the Court needs to approve the move.


In the state of Florida can a mother move to a different city with child with out fathers consent and does mother have to go to court?

Has to go to court. Even with no law, in every state the father can still file an injunction, which can get costly for the mother. see link


Am I allowed to move out of my step mother's house if I am 16?

It depends on the laws where you live. Discuss this with your father and mother, or your court representative.


Can you move your son from PA to VA without fathers permission?

No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.No. Not if a family court has jurisdiction over the child and the father has visitation rights. If the parents were never married and there has been no court involvement or paternity established the mother can try to move. However, the father could file an action in court to establish his paternity, visitation rights and prevent the removal of the child from the state.


Can a father who has joint custody with the mother stop her from moving to another state after they go to court?

If there are not stipulations in the custodial order relating to the change of residence of either parent, the father can request the court to not allow the mother to move out of state with the minor children or grant him full or primary physical custody rights. Please be advised, if the move is for good cause, such as a job transfer then it is unlikely the court will agree to block the move.


Can a mother in nh move to another state with under age child?

Yes, but if the father have court ordered visitation and pay child support she will need his and the courts permission to move. The court orders still have to work.


Will the court plan change if mother move out of state?

Yes, as it should for her to have continued visitation rights to the children now living with the father.


If the mother and the father of the child move in together can he still pay child support?

If a court order is in place, it remains until changed.


If the mother and father of a child aren't married and the mother is getting married to a military man what rights does the father have if they were to move?

Your rights need to be established by a court order for visitation and for child support. If you have a visitation order in place then the court has jurisdiction over your child and his mother must appeal to the court to allow her to move the child out of state. The court will assess the situation in the best interest of the child. If you have not been actively involved in your child's life the court will take that into consideration when it renders a decision. You should consult with an attorney.


In Ohio I am the mother the father is taking me to court for either visitation or custody not sure which can I legally move out of state?

i just went through a similar situation. you must get permission from the court


Can a mother take a child and move to another state without telling the father if they are divorced?

Generally, no. If the mother has full legal and physical custody of that child she can move with that child unless the father has visitation rights. She must comply with the custody and visitation schedule set by the court with jurisdiction.


Can a 15 yr old having trouble with her mother move in with her father on her own without the father having to go to court if the mother doesn't agree?

well i guess u physically CAN go but i think that u can if ur like in danger being with her but if everything is ok then your mother can go to court for u to be under her care =\


Can you move out of the state of Kansas with your children when you're not married and neither parent has custody?

An unmarried mother has custody of her children until the father establishes his paternity in court and requests custody or an order for visitation. Once his paternity is established she can request child support.She can move but he may be able to stop her by filing a motion in court.An unmarried mother has custody of her children until the father establishes his paternity in court and requests custody or an order for visitation. Once his paternity is established she can request child support.She can move but he may be able to stop her by filing a motion in court.An unmarried mother has custody of her children until the father establishes his paternity in court and requests custody or an order for visitation. Once his paternity is established she can request child support.She can move but he may be able to stop her by filing a motion in court.An unmarried mother has custody of her children until the father establishes his paternity in court and requests custody or an order for visitation. Once his paternity is established she can request child support.She can move but he may be able to stop her by filing a motion in court.


If the kids move in with the dad can the dad get child support from the mom?

This would depend on a lot of factors. What the mother makes, if she has partial custody, how much the father makes. All this should be decided in court. The father can of course take the mother to court and sue for child support, but it would be up to a judge if you get it.


How far can you move away from child's father?

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.


Can a 16 year old move out of his moms house and move in with his father without permission from his mother?

If you live in the US and Mom has custody, then no, you cannot. But Dad can petition the court for a change of custody.


Can a mother in Florida move to a different city and or county with out fathers consent or without going to court?

Beyond 50 miles, the father can file an injunction.


If you were never married to your baby's father do you have the legal right to move to another state without his permission or do you need to get permission from the courts first?

A mother has sole rights to her children unless/until a court order is issued giving the father custodial rights. If there is not a custody order from the court the unmarried mother may take the child/children and move whenever, wherever she wants.