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.
Can a seventeen year old move in with her paternal father when the paternal mother has custody in Georgia?
Not without permission. See links
Only with permission of both parents. Your marriage to the father with joint custody does not automatically confer parental rights including access to medical records without written permission from both parents in cases of joint custody and may not even apply if the father had full legal and physical custody. This is federal law (HIPAA). If you were to legally adopt the child, those rights were be conferred by virtue of the adoption.
If your father have visitation right or share custody she will need his permission.
No. If the father does not have any legal rights, then his permission is not required.
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 a child is born out of wedlock in Georgia, the father must file a petition seeking legitimation through the courts to become the legal father. Putting a name on a birth certificate is not sufficient. In the legitimation proceeding, the court has the authority to make custody determinations. If the father has not filed for legitimation, he is a legal stranger to the child, and has no rights to custody.
Can a mother who is remarried move her child out of state when the father has joint custody without permission?
No she can not.
Not without his fathers and the courts permission.
If you have custody and the father keeps the child with him without your permission you can call the police for kidnapping.
No. Only a court can grant custody and the father will be notified so he has the opportunity to object.
If your parents have joint custody of you can you move states to live with your Father without the permission of your mother?
No , not usually.Don't do it without permission or you may get your Dad in trouble.
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
He would have to petition the court. Unless the mother is unfit though he will get shared custody.
She needs the permission of the father and/or the court.
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.
Can a parent who has custody and the father has visitation a few hours a week can the mother with custody move with the child for a better paying job?
She can move with his and the courts permission.
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
It depends on the law where you live and your custody order. If the father has sole legal custody (as opposed to physical custody) he would be able to make that decision without input from the mother. If legal custody is joint or the mother has sole legal custody, no he could not.
The mother. The father have to petition the court for custody or visitation right.
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.
Can you change your son's last name without his father's permission if you have sole custody and his father has NO partial custody or visitation rights?
Yes you can. The legal guardian decides.
Under most circumstances, the father must grant permission.
Joint legal custody, no, not if the other parent objects. You must secure their permission or failing that, the permission of the court which is the only authority that may override a parent's objections in such a situation.
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 are pregnant and get married at 16 can you move in with your husband with out parents permission in Georgia?
if i am prenant and et married at sixteen to the babys father could i move in with him with out my paents permission in the state off Georgia?
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.
If there is a court order for custody, visitation or child support she will need his permission. See related question link.
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.
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.
No, legally he cannot take them with him without your permission.
Can a 16 year old move out of his moms house and move in with his father without permission from his mother?
If you live in the US and Mom has custody, then no, you cannot. But Dad can petition the court for a change of custody.
Can a grandparent take their grandchild out of state with only the mothers permission even she shares joint custody with the child's father?
No. The father must be informed and given the opportunity to object.
You need the permission of the court, and the father. His visitation rights must be considered. If granted, special provisions may apply.
Ira Victor has written: 'Fathers and custody' -- subject(s): Custody of children, Divorce, Father and child
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.
Your daughter is in jail and you have legal custody of her children how can you stop father from taking them out of state?
Get can't without the permission of the court. File an injunction.
Can a fifteen year old leave town to visit their father without permission from their legal guardian?
It depends. If your father has part custody of you... then it'd be accepted more than if your legal guardian had full custody over you. My parents have joined custody so when I have arguments with my mom, if I call my dad and he's in the same state, he'll come get me in a heartbeat. But if your father doesn't have joined custody, or even less custody than your legal guardian, he can get… Read More
You should seek written permission from the father before leaving the state with your child. It will help you out tremendously if the father ever goes after you. If there is no paternity declaration, court orders involving custody and support, etc. I believe it would be legal...just not smart. If you do go without his permission, at least send him a certified letter once you arrive informing him of your new address. If a judge… Read More
If you have primary physical custody of your daughter but joint legal custody with her father do you need permission from the court or him to move her to a different state?
Yes. You cannot make any move that would interfere with her father's visitation and custodial rights. Generally when the parent of a minor child wishes to move out of state or to a location where the distance would affect the visitation and custodial rights of the other parent, that parent must seek the approval of the other parent and should obtain an order from the court granting them permission to relocate the child. The existing… Read More
Father and mother never married children born in Florida father now lives in Georgia does he have to legitimize them in Georgia to have them come live with him?
If the children live with their mother in Florida and the father never established his paternity legally, a Georgia court would have no jurisdiction over the children. Their mother has sole legal custody. If the father wants to establish his "parental rights" he will need to establish his paternity where the children are domiciled. Once he has established that he is their father he can request joint custody or a visitation order and the mother… Read More
If there is a visitation order or you share custody you will need his and the courts permission to move.
Getting married and husband wants to adopt your children from a prior marriage and you have full legal custody of all your children?
You still must have permission of the father. There are a few states where if you're been denying the father access to the child for six months or more, the permission is not needed.
What is the law in Georgia regarding the courts appoints the father as custody of the children and he dies who gets custody of the children?
The other parent unless they lost custody because they were unfit. Then a relative can get it if they are interested or the child ends up in foster care.
If a 17 year old is leaving with their father who does not have legal custody can the mother give them permission to live somewhere else?
It depends on what state you are in and if your mother has legal custody. In many states, she can assign a temporary guardian for the few months left until you turn 18. However, if your father objects to this, even without custody, it can still lead to complications.
May a 17 year old NY STATE resident leave mother and stepfather's home to live with biological father without parent's permission?
No, not unless the court grants the father custody.
If there is joint custody of the child then the father should be told by the mother where she is going with the child and for how long. If the mother wants to live in another State the courts will have to decide visitation rights. Example: The father has may have the child one or two weeks during the summer; possibly Christmas or alternative Christmas', etc. If the father does not have joint custody then… Read More
If you have primary and legal custody of your children in PA and gave permission for my son to live with the father in NY Will there be an issue if i have to get my son from NY?
Not if he filed for a change, as he should have.
Can a father take his son out of California with out permission of mother when having joint custody?
No, he can't. It can, and if mother objects strongly enough, it probably will be considered kidnapping.
Not if there is a court order for visitation or shared custody. She would then need your permission and the courts.
If there is no court order for custody the mother has been main caregiver for the life of child the father removes the child from daycare without the mothers permission How can he be returned quickly?
Step one would be to get a court order for custody. Until there is one, the father isn't actually breaking any laws.