If you have possessory custody. How can you get full custody?
You file a motion with the court.
Possessory custody or possessory conservator refers to the person in a custody order who does not have the child/children living with them the majority of the time. A person with possessory custody has the right to possession at certain times and places accompanied by certain rights and obligations.
The legal definition is a managing conservator is the person in whose home the child resides and the person who receives financial support for the child. The possessory conservator is the person who has visitation rights and pays the child support. Generally the "MC" has more rights in all decisions regarding the child. However, the actual rights and responsibilities of both parties are defined in the custody order at the discretion of the presiding magistrate.
If I have full sole custody of my son and his father and i were never married can i move out of state against the non-custodial parent's will?
YES YOU CAN . once you have full custody you have the right to move wherever you want to that's the reason you file for custody right...the the reason full custody was ordered to give you full permission to do whatever you want ..the court gave u full custody only because they see you are a fit parent at the time of filing. however the father can file for full custody in the future but…
No. If she tries then the father should immediately seek full legal and physical custody of his child. No. If she tries then the father should immediately seek full legal and physical custody of his child. No. If she tries then the father should immediately seek full legal and physical custody of his child. No. If she tries then the father should immediately seek full legal and physical custody of his child.
That phrase is in error. Sole custody means that one person, usually a parent, has full legal and physical custody. Joint custody means that both parents share legal custody although the child may live with one parent who has physical custody. That phrase is in error. Sole custody means that one person, usually a parent, has full legal and physical custody. Joint custody means that both parents share legal custody although the child may live…
It depends on your legal status before and after the father left. If you are married then he still has full parental rights until a court renders a custody order. If you have been divorced custody should have been addressed in the divorce decree. If you were never married and he has no previously established custodial rights then you have full legal custody.
I have legal custody of my cousin what is differnce between full custody and guardianship because board of social services is challenging my authority ?
Both full custody parents/guardians have say over the child. However, just because you are someones guardian does not mean that you have full custody of that child all of the time. It simply means you have say so in the childs life. This is how it was when my grandmother had full custody of me, however, my uncles were my guardians. I do not belive this particular law varies from place to place.
What if you had full physical custody of your child and then the father files for custody due to child being overweight?
Understanding your use of constitute to mean what creates the right to have full custody of a child: Two people who are legally married are considered by law the parents of a child born or adopted within the marriage. An unmarried mother has full custody of her child until the father has established his paternity legally and obtained custody via a court order. Legal adoption creates the right to have full custody of a child…
HELP Can a mother get full custody after she abandons her 3 disabled children they were left in a trailor with no lights spoiled food and no furniture can she get full custody?
If your husband dies will his young child who he has full custody of be sent back to his mother or be allowed to stay with you the stepmother?
Having full legal or physical custody. If it is full legal custody the mother has given up any legal claim to the child. If it is full physical custody with joint legal custody the child will be in the legal custody parents home. She may elect to give the child up to be adopted by the stepmother. In many states (and maybe in all states) if the custodial parent dies, then the non-custodial parent gains…