No, you cannot move a child out of state if you have joint custody.
yes there is nothing to stop you
If you want to move to another state you will need his and the courts permission.
Foster children are generally placed through the state they reside in. Foster parents are certified through the state. So, no, unless there is a court ruling allowing the move, it is not legal to move to another state with a foster child.
He can file an injunction to have the child returned.
Jurisdiction and future modifications transfers to the state of residence of the obligor parent, not the child.
yes, if the husband is dead
Yes, a decree if emancipation will be recognized in the state where the person chooses to relocate.
Only after the hearing and with approval of the court.
The court decides and no.
They can not move to a different state without getting your permission or a visitation order from a judge. If you object to your child being moved out of state then you can make them move back to the state.
if you are refering to the child's home state/county, then the answer is yes. for example, you cannot move the child to another county, or state and petition that county court, or state court for custody rights.
Laws vary from state to state. Technically, only with parental consent unless you are over 18.
can a umarried mother move her children out of state.
No, that is considered fraud, and is an arrestable offence.
If she has custody of the child, of course she can.
He is still the father with/without child support and has rights. Take him to court to get the child support and make arrangements for your move to a different state.
if she's ok with it but technically you're still considered a child.
You cannot legally move a child out of state if you don't have legal custody. You would be kidnapping that child. If you are an unmarried father you must obtain proof of your paternity through the court and then you can petition for custody. Otherwise, you have no parental rights and if you take the child it will be a law enforcement matter.
Yes, but if the father have court ordered visitation and pay child support she will need his and the courts permission to move. The court orders still have to work.