If you want to take the child with you, you will need the other parents permission as well as the courts. But not if it's just you leaving.
No, you will need the other parents and the courts permission.
With the other parents permission, yes.
Not if the other parents have a visitation order. You will then need his and the courts permission. See related question link.
Not if you wish top leave but if you take the child with you you need both hers and the courts consent. It's because the visitation, child support orders etc have to work.
If a child is legally emancipated by the court, then the parents are no longer responsible for the child. On the other hand, if the parents simply give the child permission to move out...then that's a different matter entirely.
By getting permission and signature from the other parent for the visa application for the child.
Yes this applies to all kinds of traveling out of the country with a child.
no you cant you need there premission
In some countries when you are 18 you can go without your parents permission in other countries you need to be 21 In some countries when you are 18 you can go without your parents permission in other countries you need to be 21
As long as he had permission, then yes. If you are going to try to claim that he/she didn't have permission, that's a whole other story.
Your question is not very specific about where you are, so the answer can only be quite general. Parents are usually allowed to travel abroad with their children. Depending on the country, the child must have a passport, or be registered in the parents passport. You should carry the birth certificate of the child, or a certified (notarized) copy of the birth certificate. Taking a child out of the country without permission of the other parent may be illegal in some countries.
Responsible parents do. How else will a parent find out if a child is on drugs or is violating some other rule of yourhome.
This will depend on what is listed in your court order. There may be clauses that prevent you from leaving town, or your state or province without written permission from the other parent.
Yes because now the permission of the other parent is not obligatory. At the most the parent which has custody of the child may require declaration before the court and seek permission for signing on VISA without obtaining the signature of the other parent.
With parental permission, a child can live away from the parent at any age. It is common for parents to place children in alternate homes such as boarding schools, homes of friends and homes of other family members.
Permission from the other parent. Yes if you are in leagule custody of the child at the time
That is dependent on not only individual state laws, but even school districts.
No, you cannot move out without permission. You have the right to medical care for you and your child.
no because you need your parents permission even if they cant hear The State can enforce a child support order after notice to the parents. The obligor has the right to an administrative hearing; other than that, no further hearing is required.
Not without parental permission. Anyone who does this without the knowledge of the parents would be liable to be charged with child endangerment and child battering among other charges,
At the age of sixteen in Ohio, a child can move out of the house and into a family member's home only with the permission of the parents. The parents are still responsible for the child until they are eighteen and may have to pay child support to the other family member.
Only if the parent has sole custody or has an order from the court allowing the action.
Unless the court has awarded the parent full legal and physical custody he or she cannot remove a minor child from his o or her current state of residency wihtout the written permission of the other parent. A passport will not be issued for a minor child unless both parents have submitted the required documentation/identification.
It is possible that a parent can solely take a decision for his or her child. However; It mainly depends on the agreement between parents.