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.
Yes they do. That's why you have sole custody. I would check with your local family court to see what the laws are exactly.
No you do not need written permission if you have full custody of the child
Permission from the other parent. Yes if you are in leagule custody of the child at the time
That simply means that he is NOT able to take your child out of state. By law he cannot take him out of state.
Yes, with the permission of the courts. BTW, termination of parental rights does not terminate child support.
No she can not.
If the court gives permission yes.
I am pretty sure they can if they have the permission and have custody over some of the child that is shared with the other parent.
It depends on what type of custody agreement you have with the child's father. If there is visitation set in place and you have joint custody, you cannot move out of state without his permission.
if you have conjoined custody, then you can but you have to get permission from the other guardian. if you don't have conjoined custody, then yes. you can do whatever you want.
If an adult takes a child without LEGAL custody, it is kidnapping-- in the USA, for sure. Depends. if you are still married and none of you have gotten temporary custody yet until the divorce is finalized, both have equal rights to the child and it would not be kidnapping. If you have never been married and the father have never applied for custody or visitation the mother have custody. So she can leave the state with the child without his permission but he cannot leave with the child without her permission.
Child custody cases are heard in the family court division of the state trial courts.
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.
Depends on if you have sole custody if not you are breaking the law greatly, don't do it unless you have sole custody or get sole guardians permission or a court grant to have custody for a period of time.
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.
If both parents have custody, you need the permission of both parents.
Yes, if married you have equal rights to the children and can do as you wish.
Either way, the other parent can file an injunction to stop it pending a hearing, so permission should be sought.
Child custody laws are different in every state, so it depends on that as well. You could just type in "child custody laws in _state_" and you should have no problem finding it. You would have to review your custody agreement or order if there is one. If the father has visitation rights you cannot remove the child from the state unless he consents and the visitation order is modified by the court.
That depends on state law where you live (or country if outside the USA) and custody allocations, if not specifically outlined in your custody/visitation order.
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.
If the father has no legal custody, but is paying child support, he should be at least told. It's his child, too. The parents divorced each other - they did not divorce themselves from the child.
No, you cannot move a child out of state if you have joint custody.
With his permission you can.
yes, or state family services.