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If you have sole legal and physical custody with the father allowed two day unsupervised visits can you move out of state and how will this affect visiting?


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2005-06-24 18:46:39
2005-06-24 18:46:39

I get the feeling either this father is in prison or is not safe to be alone with your child. If you have sole custody of your child then you can move anywhere without the father's permission as long as it's not stated in the custody order that the father has that one hour visitation right twice per month. However, if it's working out where the father and child have a bond, then it's best to see a lawyer and try to work something out.

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You cannot have sole custody without physical custody. If your ex has physical custody, you are the non-custodial parent.

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No, I don't believe they can. It depends on the agreements of the split custody; if there is split custody. Technically, the law only forbids a parent moving out of state with the child if there is split custody, but if there is full custody, I do believe that its allowed. In any case if you're only visiting, Theres nothing in the law that prohibits you. I grew up with divorced parents, although there were no custody agreements.

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it means that the inmate is on work release.

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Yes. Leaving children unsupervised is considered child endangerment regardless of who has "full custody". That could lead to the parent being deemed unfit and they could lose custody. See related question.Yes. Leaving children unsupervised is considered child endangerment regardless of who has "full custody". That could lead to the parent being deemed unfit and they could lose custody. See related question.Yes. Leaving children unsupervised is considered child endangerment regardless of who has "full custody". That could lead to the parent being deemed unfit and they could lose custody. See related question.Yes. Leaving children unsupervised is considered child endangerment regardless of who has "full custody". That could lead to the parent being deemed unfit and they could lose custody. See related question.


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