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.
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 Read More
Permission from the other parent. Yes if you are in leagule custody of the child at the time Read More
If your child custody paper state that the father of your child has to have written permission from you to take the child out of the state of Georgia what does mean if I deny him the permission to go?
That simply means that he is NOT able to take your child out of state. By law he cannot take him out of state. Read More
Yes, with the permission of the courts. BTW, termination of parental rights does not terminate child support. Read More
Can you move out of state with your child having joint custody with out the other parents permission?
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Can a parent with joint custody take a child out of the state without the other parent's permission?
No. Read More
Can a mother who is remarried move her child out of state when the father has joint custody without permission?
No she can not. Read More
If you have temporary custody of a minor child are you allowed to relocate to another state with the courts permission?
If the court gives permission yes. Read More
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. Read More
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. Read More
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. Read More
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. Read More
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. 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
Can a parent be charged with kidnapping if they take the child out of state with no custody arrangements through court?
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… Read More
Child custody cases are heard in the family court division of the state trial courts. Read More
If both parents have custody, you need the permission of both parents. Read More
Either way, the other parent can file an injunction to stop it pending a hearing, so permission should be sought. Read More
Can you take your child out of state without your husbands permission if you are married and have no issues regarding child custody?
Yes, if married you have equal rights to the children and can do as you wish. Read More
Can one parent take the child out of the state without the other parent's permission when there is no custody established?
Yes, whether the parents are married or not married. Read More
Can your ex take your child out of state for an overnight without telling your permission or knowledge?
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. 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
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
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. Read More
Refer to your custody documents for a definitive answer, but in most states, no, not without the father's permission or permission of the court. If a custody order has never been established, now would be a good time to get one if only to protect everyone's rights. Read More
Can a father take a child out of state if the parents are not married and there is no custody appointed?
Not without the permission of the child's biological mother. When a couple are not married and there is not a custodial order from the court, the law presumes that the mother has sole custody of the child in question. Read More
Can an unmarried mother with full custody take her child out of state without the father's permission?
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. 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
No, not with out permission from the child's custodial parent and the court. You could be charged with kidnapping and risk of injury to a minor. Read More
You can if the mother gives you permission. It is possible she could call the police on you for kidnapping if you remove the child without her consent. Read More
If stepparent is in the navy and mother has sole custody can the mother and child move with the stepparent?
That would probably require the permission of the court. Sole custody does not always mean freedom to leave the state. 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
yes, or state family services. Read More
Is it legal for a step parent to pick up a child from daycare on non custodial days of their spouse without permission from the other parent?
The answer can vary depending on the state. If it is a non custodial day, but the parent that had custody that asked them to, and they are on the daycare's pick up list, it should be fine. If the parent that had custody that day did not give prior permission, or make the request of the step parent, it could potentially be interfering with child custody. The rules of child custody can vary a… Read More
Who has legal custody of a minor child when parents have never married in mass and can one leave the state without the others permission or will it be kidnapping.?
The mother have custody. The father have to prove paternity by providing a DNA test and he can then get his parental rights and petition for custody, visitation and pay child support. Read More
How do you give up custody of a child. Our nephew is in our custody and we can no longer care for him. there are no other family members?
If there are no other family members, and you are no longer able to care for this nephew, the only remaining alternative is for him to become a ward of the state. Contact the child welfare agency in your state. Read More
If you have joint custody can you get permission from a judge to move out of state with your joint child?
Yes in some cases if you have good reasons to move. You always have the option of leaving the child with the other parent. 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
With his permission you can. Read More
That depends entirely on where you live. Here in Florida,the mother is assumed to have full natural parental rights and can move her children as she pleases, with or without the father's consent unless there is a contradictory court order. Check your state child custody laws. If you live in a joint custody state, you'd have to gain his permission or fight for a court order that gives you full custody. Read More
Which state do I file temporary custody if the child lives is a diffent state? Read More
Not necessarily, a family member or relative, friend, neighbor, parent of a friend, etc., can petition for guardianship. A child becomes a ward of the state when there is no other responsible adult willing or able to take permanent custody of the child. Not necessarily, a family member or relative, friend, neighbor, parent of a friend, etc., can petition for guardianship. A child becomes a ward of the state when there is no other responsible… 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
No, you can't, especially if you have joint custody, that will be considered parental kidnapping. Read More
If you have shared custody do you have to have permission to take a minor child out of state for a vacation?
You should do to the whole trust factor. Otherwise it would be a little like kidnapping. Read More
Can a mother take a child out of the state of Texas without the father's permission in the state of Texas without a court order?
If they are married to each other, yes she can. If they are not married she can if there is no court order for visitation, custody or child support. Read More
You'd have to have permission from spouse and from the courts. Read More
You have joint legal custody and primary residential custody and the father is allowed reasonable visitation can you move out of state?
If it is in in the Indian context, then you will have to take permission from the court to take the child out of the State. Remember that the father has visitation rights and your taking the child out of the state shall have a directly negativebearing on such rights of the father. In custody matters,what weighs with the court is the welfare and wellbeing of the child and not the wishes and convenienceof the… Read More
No, when a child is a ward of the state, the state will assume all financial (or other) responsibility. Another view: This may vary from state to state or in different circumstances. In Delaware, if a child is placed in custody to Division of Family Services (DFS), BOTH parents must pay child support to DFS during the time the child is in DFS custody. Read More