Does a company have the right to fire a child for having to leave for 6 weeks due to court ordered custody?

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Why didn't the court order child support if you have primary physical custody?

The custodial parent may not have submitted a petition for child support. If the Judge doesn't award child support when it is asked for in the court preceedings, then it's because: 1. the child may almost be 18 2. The child may have already left the home on their own; being married or living alo ( Full Answer )

Can an unwed mother who has joint but not physical custody be ordered by a court to pay child support?

Answer . \nUnwed, married and separated or divorced - ANY mother can be liable for child support depending on her financial situation and who has primary physical.\n. \nChild support is decided in most cases based on a formula. The parents' incomes are totalled (say 600/week and 1000/week=1600 ( Full Answer )

If no court order for custody has been granted and the parents are unmarried who has the custody of a child in Tennessee?

I am currently trying to find a similar answer, so far, in my experience (in which one parent is in Tennessee and one is NOT in Tennessee), I was told NO ONE has custody. That you have to go to court to get it established.That both parents have equal claim to the child. Further more, I was told that ( Full Answer )

If there is no court order for custody and the father has physical custody how can the mother get physical custody of the child?

In the United States both parents have equal rights to thechild if they are married and not divorced and there is nocourt order. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custodyand control in most states until the father can establish hispaternity. Remember, a child's mother c ( Full Answer )

Does a mother have a right to keep a child from her father if there has been no custody decided by the courts yet?

Yes, but only if there is no order, temporary or otherwise, that states that the father should have reasonable access to the child. While custody proceedings are pending, there is typically a document issued that requires some sort of visitation with the parent that the child does not live with. If ( Full Answer )

Does a custodial parent have the right to keep switching court order visits?

absolutely not. a court order is a court order. if your ex maintains that it is their right as the custodial parent to make these changes at their whim, they are only attempting to convince you that they know more about that arrangement than you do. if the court ordered visits are impairing your amo ( Full Answer )

The non custodial parent and you were never married and he owe over 7000 in child support and it is not court ordered for visitation Do you have to tell him if you are leaving town or the state?

You are never required to notify the other parent directly, however if custody was ever addressed in court you may be required to notify the family court if you intend to move out of state with the child. This is to ensure that the court can protect the rights of the child and the non custodial par ( Full Answer )

Can you get contempt of court when the custodial parent refuses to return the child when there is a court order?

If the custodial parent refuses to obey the visitation order the non-custodial parent can file a motion for contempt. No argument intended, but only the presiding judge can issue a contempt order and that generally does not happen. If the non-custodial parent refuses to return the child, t ( Full Answer )

Who has the rights to the child when there is no court order?

If the parents are married they have equal parental rights. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't ( Full Answer )

What do I do if my 16 year old child refuses to leave her dad's house on the week I have custody?

I think you need her fathers help to open up for communication here. Also find out why she wont leave. maybe she has plans. At that age parents need to accept that the child also have a life and plans of their own. No child likes to live one week here and one week there and maybe you can switch week ( Full Answer )

Both parents claim a child. The court order states the non custodial parent has the right to claim thechild. Will the IRS honor the court order?

Yes/No IRS Deduction Regardless of any custody agreement, or court order the IRS has it's own definition of who the custodial parent is. Section 152(e)(4) defines custodial parent as the parent having custody for the greater portion of the calendar year and noncustodial parent as the parent wh ( Full Answer )

What do you I if the custodial parent is not obeying any of the court orders for my rights in Houston Texas?

File a motion for contempt, list all violations, dates, times and attached any exhibits, receipts, text messages, e-mails, etc, that you have to support your allegations. Get hearing time from the Judge, coordinate the hearing with the custodial parent, or her attorney, prepare your notice for heari ( Full Answer )

Can a verbal agreement regarding child custody override a court order?

No. Only a court order can override an existing court order. A verbal agreement will be considered by the court in rendering its decision but the verbal agreement in and of itself does not override the original court order. There are some hurdles you have to overcome with a verbal agreement. How ( Full Answer )

Can the mother go to the father and get her child if there isnt a court order saying who has custody?

Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the bi ( Full Answer )

Can a Wyoming family court enforce a Wisconsin child custody order?

If you have removed a child from the state where custody and visitation orders were issued then you should seek the advice of an attorney who specializes in custody issues. In most circumstances Wyoming would be required to honor a Wisconsin custody order. You could find yourself in trouble if you ( Full Answer )

Is having no rights to a child the same as sole custody?

No. Having sole custody means you are the only person with full parental/legal rights regarding the child. You can make decisions for that child without having to check with anyone. No other person has any legal rights regarding decisions made for the child. Having no rights to a child means e ( Full Answer )

What if the child is kept from returning to her father who has in place a court order for custody?

If the father has legal custody he should act immediately. Whoever is detaining the child is in contempt of a court order and has no right to keep the child. He should visit the court that issued the order immediately and ask to speak with an advocate or someone from child services. If necessary the ( Full Answer )

You are not married and there is no court order of custody. What can you do if the other parent takes your child?

An unmarried father has no right to keep the child from her mother unless there is a court order to that effect. He has no personal legal authority to keep the child. In the absence of any order, if he takes the child and fails to return the child to the mother she should call the police. Gener ( Full Answer )

Can father get custody if he does not pay court ordered child support?

Support and custody are two different issues. While it doesn't bode favorably as far as custody is concerned if the parent is a deadbeat, it doesn't automatically preclude them from obtaining custody if they can prove that in doing so, it would be in the best interests of the child.

If an aunt has court custody for a child for 6 years can the birth mother get her back?

It depends on the reason for the removal from the mother's custody and whether the situation has been resolved. The court will always consider the best interest of the child as its primary concern. It depends on the reason for the removal from the mother's custody and whether the situation has been ( Full Answer )

Can a parent have the court order the child to remain in parents custody until 18yr of age?

If you are divorced and granted custody that court order is valid unless the other parent (or the state) get custody for whatever reason (if both parents become unfit etc). And custody lasts until the child is 18. You can not get a guarantee from the judge that you as a parent will have custody unti ( Full Answer )

Can you go on vacation and leave state with child having joint custody in Illinois?

That depends on the provisions of the original custody/visitation order and/or whether or not such a vacation would interfere with the other parent's court ordered visitation schedule or parenting time. Otherwise, you would need to obtain permission from the other parent or the court before you proc ( Full Answer )

Can you child custody case be moved to another state due to parent working for court?

Generally, it could not be moved to another state since the case must be heard in the court that has jurisdiction. It may be assigned to a judge who is not regularly seated at that court. There may be other options. You need to consult with an attorney who can hear all the details, evaluate your sit ( Full Answer )

Can your full physical custody rights be taken without a court order?

No. Any change in custody must be done pursuant to a court order by the court with jurisdiction over the case. No. Any change in custody must be done pursuant to a court order by the court with jurisdiction over the case. No. Any change in custody must be done pursuant to a court order by the cour ( Full Answer )