If you have sole custody do you need permission to take the child out of state?
In the state of Michigan the answer is yes. You need permission from the court to move outside a 100 mile radius of their current address.
No you do not need written permission if you have full custody of the child Read More
If both parents have custody, you need the permission of both parents. Read More
If the mother has sole custody of the child, then yes -- the father doesn't need notification. With joint custody, the answer may vary, but in most cases the father must be at least notified. The permission would be from a judge, not the father. Read More
Either way, the other parent can file an injunction to stop it pending a hearing, so permission should be sought. Read More
You as the parent can go wherever you want but if the child is going with you and the other parent have visitation rights or share custody, you will need their permission if leaving the state or country. Read More
No, you still need the permission of the court if the other parent has any parental rights. Read More
You will need court permission to move the child or to exercise your visitation in an alternate location. Read More
Whether or not a mother can take a child out of the state without the father's consent depends on the custody order that is in place. If there is no formal agreement, she does not need permission to leave the state with the child. Read More
What is KY state law about noncustodial parent taking the child to another state when you have joint custody?
Just on vacation should be fine but he would need your permission if the court order can not be fulfilled or if he moves with the child. Read More
If you have sole custody does your ex or his family need your permission to take your child out of state?
Yes. They need your permission. As the parent with full custody you have the right to make decisions that affect the child including trips out of the jurisdiction. You should also know where the child will be, how long she will be away and how to contact the people she will be with. Read More
Not if there is a court order for visitation or shared custody. She would then need your permission and the courts. Read More
Can you move anywhere with your child without your Ex permission you have joint custody but your divorce decree says that you have the right to the residence of the child without regard geographic res?
No, you still need his permission. The court order says joint custody and if you take the child out of the country you make that impossible to work and therefor break the court order. That last part just means that wherever you go, you still have custody. Otherwise you could go on vacation abroad and lose custody just because you are out of the country even though you have his written permission to take the… Read More
Does an unwed parent need permission from the other parent to leave state the state of Florida with a child?
That is dependent of custody orders, but even without, the other parent could file an injunction. Read More
I was never married to my kids father In Louisiana do I need permission to take my kids out of state?
im assuming that there wasnt ever any custody case so no you dont need any permission. but if you or him have gone to court for any type of custody then you will need permission Read More
If your father have visitation right or share custody she will need his permission. Read More
yes because he only has the right to give permission to let his child leave the state Read More
When a parent has full legal and physical custody of a monor child do they need permission from the court to move the child?
no,unless the custody agreement states you cant move without notifying the court Read More
If a child is in custody of the state and is out of state living with the grandmother does the father have a right to go and retreive the child?
No. You need to contact the state that has custody to determine your rights. If you go and get the child you may be guilty of custodial interference. Read More
If a parent has full legal custody can the parent take the child out of the country for vacation without the father's permission?
no you need permission from the father also too Read More
Generally, no. You need to check your custody agreement and state law. Many states allow the parent with physical custody to claim the child as a dependent. Generally, no. You need to check your custody agreement and state law. Many states allow the parent with physical custody to claim the child as a dependent. Generally, no. You need to check your custody agreement and state law. Many states allow the parent with physical custody to… Read More
It depends on the custody agreement. If you have full custody, you can probably take the child. If you have some sort of joint custody/visitation arrangement, you will need permission from the court or the other parent for the child to move. Read More
If there is a court order for custody, visitation or child support she will need his permission. See related question link. Read More
Yes. Physical custody does not constitute sole legal custody, in which one parent has been given the legal authority to make all decisions concerning a minor child, including change of residency. In some states even a parent who has sole legal custody must inform the court and the noncustodial parent before making the move. Read More
He can object if he has parental rights and you will need the court's permission. It will go easier if he consents. The custody and visitation orders would need to be modified. Read More
You need to review your separation agreement, custody order and the laws in your state. In some states the parent with physical custody has the right to claim the child on their taxes. You need to check your own status. Read More
If you have joint custody, you cannot move out of the state with the child without the other parent's consent. Even if you have sole legal custody you cannot interfere with the other parent's visitation rights by moving. The visitation order must be modified. Absent the consent of the other parent, you need the permission of the court. Read More
You want to gain custody of your child. Do you have to get a lawyer in the state where the child resides?
Generally, you must file for custody in the state where the child resides. You do not have to be represented by an attorney in order to file a petition for custody. However, since you would be asking the court to take legal custody from someone else, you need to present your case in the best light. You need expert assistance. Anyone who wants to gain custody of a child should be represented by an attorney… Read More
What do you do to have your son at twelve move to mn with you when he lives with his dad in pa and you have no custody papers?
First you need custody of him and the only way to get that is by going to court. If the father then have shared custody or visitation rights both he and the court have to then give you permission to move the child out of state. You also, satisfactory to you both, solve the issue about the child being able to see both parents so the visitation or shared custody order is not broken. So… Read More
Not if there is a visitation or custody order. She will need the other parent and the courts permission. Read More
If you have a custody order she will have to get permission from you and a judge to take the kids to live in another state. If you don't have a custody order, you need to get one. Make sure you are doing this for the right reasons - to continue to have a relationship with your child/ren. Not just to mess with the ex. Read More
If you have physical and joint legal custody can you take the child out of state for a vacation without permission from the other parent?
I would be necessary to give the other parent notice of the pending vacation plans. Whether or not you would need permission from that parent to take an out of state trip depends upon the terms of the custodial order and the laws of the state in which the order was issued. Read More
Only with approval by the court of a Motion for Custody of a Child In Need Of Care. Read More
If there is not a court order for sole custody of a child and the mother is behind in child support can the father take the child out of the US without permission from the mother or the court?
Obtaining a passport for a minor in the US requires both parents. You'd would have to get a court order giving you custody. *Being granted sole legal custody does not necessarily mean the custodial parent can remove a minor child from the US. If the court grants sole custody to one parent and visitation rights to the non custodial parent permission to take the child out of US would need to be granted by the… Read More
If the child's father has never seen her do you still need his permission to move out of state with her?
Only if he has custody or visitation rights with her. Otherwise, no. Read More
You are legally married and currently have a protection order against your husband. You were offered a job in another state. Can you leave with your children without your husband's permission?
If there is no custody order in place then yes. Both parents are natural custodians of their kids and one parent does not need the permission of another to take the children and go anywhere. However do realize that in the event of an impending custody battle, all U.S. states must abide by the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act (UCCJEA), according to which the state in which the child was staying for the past… Read More
A custody agreement will need to be done through an attorney for an unborn child. This will be presented to the judge who will decide what happens. Read More
I have sole-physical custody of my 11 year old, I don't think it matters where you live you will always need permission to leave any state because they want to make sure you are not going to kidnap your child and keep him/her away from the other parent. I live in Canada and for my child to go see his father in North Dakota I have to write a letter for his grandfather to take… Read More
Can a parent who has sole custody and father has legal custody take child out of country without consent of parent with legal custody?
You need a letter from the other parent giving permission. Otherwise you risk having difficulty either leaving or returning. Read More
If a single mom decides to move out of state with her daughter and there is no custody established with the father is it illegal or does the mom need to get permission from the father?
It is illegal. Read More
No, you will need the other parents and the courts permission. Read More
I think so, however you will need the courts permission for the child to visit you and leave their home state. Read More
* If you have joint custody then yes, he does need your permission to take your baby out of the UK. If he has sole custody he can take the baby anywhere he wants. Read More
Can a mom that has joint legal custody in Missouri take her children out of state for a few days without the father's permission?
Yes, if she has legal custody even if it is joint. It is better to let the father know what the plans are just in case of an emergency but she should not need permission. Read More
In most cases you will indeed need permission from your ex-husband to take your child to live in New Zealand. Most states require parents seek permission and consent before taking their child out of state or out of the country. Read More
Child custody and the military, and deployment of parents with custody, are complicated issues in the United States. If your spouse has custody of her child from a previous relationship and that parent has any rights, she will need the court's permission to move with the child if you join the military and get stationed elsewhere. The laws vary in different states. You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction who specializes in child… Read More
A motion for custody of a child in need of care, but the state will oppose it. Read More
Do unwed parents have to get permission from other parent to take child out of state in pennsylvania?
That depends. If a custody order is in place outlining visitation rights, yes, especially if you intend to relocate permanently or your absence would interfere with or present a hardship to the other parent's access to their child as outlined by the visitation order. Any modifications would not only need the parent's permission, they would need a court order as well to be binding. Read More
It regards the issue of getting an emergency custody order for a child in need of care. Read More
If you are concerned about being granted custody of a child it would be best to speak to an attorney about the situation. Custody laws vary, depending on the state. A knowledgeable attorney could provide you with the relevant information and worthwhile advice. Read More