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If a mother and father have joint custody can the father leave the child with the grandmother when the father goes out of the country?

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2009-02-22 22:20:59
2009-02-22 22:20:59

If it's his turn, and the court gave 1/2-and-1/2 custody. Maybe.

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Your grandmother is the mother of your mother or the mother of your father.

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Your maternal grandmother is the mother of your mother. Similarly your paternal grandmother is the mother of your father, paternal grandfather is father of your father and maternal grandfather is father of your mother.

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In the United States, a fit mother will almost always win custody over a grandmother. There would need to be some other considerations for a grandmother to win.

It depends on the circumstances. If the father wants custody the court will consider his request once he has established his paternity. If he does not the court may approve permanent guardianship in the grandmother.

i call my mother mommy and for my father is daddy i call my grandmother lola

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Can a father in wi. get temporary full custody if mother is homeless?

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In most circumstances the mother gets primary custody.

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