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Is it legal to take your son with you to Texas from Tennessee during your summer month visitation even though his father has custody?

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2005-10-05 08:41:24
2005-10-05 08:41:24

Sounds like you have joint custody. There is no reason you shouldn't be able to take your son with you, but it's important you discuss this with his father and leave the phone # of where you will be at. Otherwise, there could be legal complications or your ex could consider the fact you kidnapped your son when it really isn't true. Do it the right way, and get the approval of your ex. If you have your son for visitation rights I don't see a problem. Good luck Marcy

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