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If you moved out of the state with both of your kids can their fathers do anything if they do not have custody?

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2005-10-12 07:38:19
2005-10-12 07:38:19

Only if the court papers served to both of you indicate this. If the courts have left you with full custody and no visitation rights for the father then you can move anywhere you want. Marcy

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Every state had different laws. If you got a divorced, was anything written in concerning this matter?

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The parent who has temporary custody cannot move with the child. The other parent may find it difficult, if not impossible, to get custody if they have moved out of state. Moving out of state during a custody action will definitely complicate the situation.The parent who has temporary custody cannot move with the child. The other parent may find it difficult, if not impossible, to get custody if they have moved out of state. Moving out of state during a custody action will definitely complicate the situation.The parent who has temporary custody cannot move with the child. The other parent may find it difficult, if not impossible, to get custody if they have moved out of state. Moving out of state during a custody action will definitely complicate the situation.The parent who has temporary custody cannot move with the child. The other parent may find it difficult, if not impossible, to get custody if they have moved out of state. Moving out of state during a custody action will definitely complicate the situation.

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in the state of north carolina if the fathers name is not on the birth certificate can he file for custody?

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Awarded of the state doesn't mean anything.A ward of the state is a child who is in the custody of the state, because he/she has no parents, or he/she has been removed from their custody.

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Most states lean toward Joint Legal Custody with primary residential custody

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Properly, it's suppose to require one state to honor a custody award from another state, but as regards custodial fathers, in reality it has little power.

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As the mother has left he child and moved to another state, the entire custody will be given to the father. And the mother will have no voice.

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Only with their permission. The custody order have to be changed in the court it was issued.

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If there is a custody agreement in place through the courts, the mother cannot take the child out of state without the fathers consent. If there is no agreement in place, the mother does not have to have the fathers consent.

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Actually, she had sole custody by default. Single fathers have no rights to a child until granted them by a court, so he did commit child abduction. see related link

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It will be very dificult for the father to have joint legal and physical custody on the gounds that he is not avalible. The courts want the two parents to live in the same area to co-parent. He could if he moved back.

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No, Arizona is the only state in America where single fathers have a presumption of joint custody and can even take the child home from the hospital if they have signed the birth certificate.

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The same as they are in every state. Once paternity has been established, you have the right to petition the court for custody/visitation/etc.

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That is dependent of custody orders, but even without, the other parent could file an injunction.

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no you can move out of state if you have joint custody.

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That depends on whether or not the mother has sole legal and physical custody and the terms of the custody order. Custody orders may be modified with various provisions as requested by the parents and/or ordered by the court. Consult your custody order document and if you can't find it in that, contact the court of jurisdiction or an attorney before you proceed.

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No she can not move out of state without the fathers consent. If he also have shared custody or visitation rights, it has to be worked out so the court orders are not broken and the court will have to consent too.

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Yes, custody laws can vary drastically from state to state. You can look up your states' custody laws via the internet.


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