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Does a father have to return tha child to mother if there is no court order in California?

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2012-07-08 07:42:40
2012-07-08 07:42:40

Unless they are married or he has custody he has to return the child or it will be kidnapping. If you are not married and you have not established paternity yet or have not petitioned for visitation or custody she does not have to let you see the child. When not married she automatically get custody since there is proof she is the parent.

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