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the father gets the custody of the child if the mother dies
During the divorce proceedings, the wife got custody of the children but the husband still has visitation rights on weekends.
Only if specified in the order.
Yes because when you can move out with or without custody.
only with court approval
You may be able to petition the court to modify your custody order which includes a request for child support going forward.
not if you are the biological parent
If you gave up custody, you would need to file a petition with the court to modify custody. However, you must show that a change in custody would be in the best interest of the child as well as other factors.
I doubt they can TAKE custody. You might want to consider sharing custody until you are out of college and on your feet. Don't worry about your parents. They got you this far, didn't they?
No Because when you give up custody you cant get it back Trust me my moms a lawyer and she gone through a custody battle before So i know what im talkin about
No... because if you are paying child support it would be going to the person with physical custody.
The Axel Freeman order is a custody and visitation schedule and is used when a child is young and the non custodial parent is busy with work and not involved in the day to day care. An example would be alternating custody on weekends and one night a week with the non custodial parent.
It really depends. I think that the mother and father should have full custody. I say this because the mother is doing this to get better, for the benefit of her kids. Some might argue that she should not have custody because why would she had to go to rehab in the first place. It really depends. I think that the mother and father should have full custody. I say this because the mother is doing this to get better, for the benefit of her kids. Some might argue that she should not have custody because why would she had to go to rehab in the first place.
Yes because the mother had no custody over the child
Joint legal custody indicates that both parents have the right to make joint decisions on the raising of a child (education, health care, etc.). If there are conflicts in such decisions then it is only applicable if such disagreements are reasonable in the eyes of the court. If they are deemed "unreasonable" then the parent with primary physical custody or the court makes such determinations. Partial physical custody, indicates that the child spends a portion of his or her time (specified or otherwise) with the parent (weekends, holidays, summer vacation, etc.) but resides the majority of time with the primary custodial parent.
There is no automatic answer. I presume you are concerned about when holidays fall on weekends, and your ex is concerned that she only gets holidays when they do fall on weekends (so, never Thanksgiving).i suggest that you find and read the document that gave you primary custody, such as a court order, divorce decree or custody agreement. If the document does not clarify holiday rights, the two of you should agree informally, perhaps a year at a time. If you cannot agree, hire a divorce mediator. If you still can't agree, hire attorneys and go back to court.It is, obviously, cheaper and less disruptive to the family relationships if you can agree.
If you live in the US... Children are not property and therefore cannot be 'willed'. You can state in your will who you would like to receive custody, but the court is not required to abide by it. For example, if Mom has custody of a child, she dies and her will states that she wants her sister to receive custody, but Dad wants custody...Dad gets custody, unless he can be proved unfit, because Dad has first legal right to custody (Mom's wishes don't change that).
Because she felt the children was his and not hers.
No, if the mother voluntarily gives cutody to someone else, she can no longer be paid child support because she no longer has custody of the child. What happens now is the father can obtain custody because he does have rights or the person who has custody and have legal guardianship can file for assistance in which child support can be included or filed.
they must because on November 24,2009 i am going in front of a masters of chancery for a pre-trial conference for child custody and placement. i already have temporary sole legal custody and primary placement.
Both full custody parents/guardians have say over the child. However, just because you are someones guardian does not mean that you have full custody of that child all of the time. It simply means you have say so in the childs life. This is how it was when my grandmother had full custody of me, however, my uncles were my guardians. I do not belive this particular law varies from place to place.
NO you can not lose custody of you child/ children because you have an STD. For one, nobody needs to know this information except you and you partner. There is no other way anyone else could find out unless you told them (hippa law), and if you do have an STD that does not mean that you are not a great parent. There are no laws about STD and custody.
Yes, because she has SOLE custody, so you have nothing on the kid legally.
The parent can petition for custody or can take the matter before a judge who will hear testimony and the issue a ruling.