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Nothing. In Kentucky the primary custodian can move the children without the other parent's permission. (at least that was the law in 2000 when I moved out of Kentucky with my kids). My attorney actually told me to because I had been in an abusive marriage and that was the only way for me to really be safe.

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Q: If you are the primary custodian of joint custody and live in Kentucky what would you have to do to be able to move out of state?
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I share joint legal custody and am the physical custodian I need to find the law that states that the primary custody has the final say?

You don't with joint legal.

What is the difference between having full cusody and having primary custody?

Full custody is defined as one parent of a child having sole control over a minor child with the other having no custodial rights. Primary custody means that both parents share custody (also known as joint custody) but the primary custodian is the parent that the child spends most fo their time with/lives with on a regular basis. In other words, the parent that is not the primary custodian is the one that has the visitation rights.

What is primary custody?

Primary custody is generally defined as belonging to the parent with whom the child or children reside with the majority of the time. It does not mean that it cannot be a joint custody arrangement as well.

If you have joint custody can one parent take the kids and put them in sports?

In joint legal, the primary residential can.

How do you seek full custody in a joint custody situation?

By determining that the right of a parent to primary custody of the child supersedes the best interest of the child.

Can you enroll your child in a new school if you have joint custody and primary residence?


Can I take my son to Europe for vacation without the joint custodian's permission?

The short answer is no. Not with any North American joint custody agreement in force, unless specific allowances have been written into the court order. If you can't get permission from the other custodian, you will have to petition the court for permission.

When you have joint custody with a primary does anyone still have to pay child support?

Often, yes. Even tho the parents have joint custody it is usually the case that one parent has primary responsibility for the child's day-to-day care.

In Georgia if parents have joint custody of 17 year old moves out and the primary custodian doesn't approve but other parent gives her permission what can be done to get child back home?

The keyword here is "Joint Legal Custody" must be in print on the final divorce decree. If it is, then both parents have legal custody rights and each must have the explicit permission of the other in ALL legal matters regarding the minor child ... that is the law.

Upon change of custodian the outgoing custodian must conduct a joint inventory with whom?

Incoming Custodian

Does having primary residence with joint custody automatically mean the parent with primary residence has the final say?

The purpose of joint legal/physical custody is for the parents to cooperate in all decisions, but in the real world this has not happen. see link

Can you get sole custody if your spouse still legally married has moved out of state?

Most states lean toward Joint Legal Custody with primary residential custody

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