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Answered 2012-08-29 12:27:43

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First, you should make certain the school is notified that you are the custodial parent and you should provide the school with a certified copy of the decree that awarded sole legal custody to you. If you have sole legal custody you should inform the school that the non-custodial parent is not allowed to take the child during the school day or pick the child up when school is dismissed. If the non-custodial parent persists in trying to take the child from school then you will need to address the situation in court.

If the non-custodial parent is allowed to pick the child up after school pursuant to your visitation order then you must obey the order.

The following is general since you didn't include any details.

First, you should make certain the school is notified that you are the custodial parent and you should provide the school with a certified copy of the decree that awarded sole legal custody to you. If you have sole legal custody you should inform the school that the non-custodial parent is not allowed to take the child during the school day or pick the child up when school is dismissed. If the non-custodial parent persists in trying to take the child from school then you will need to address the situation in court.

If the non-custodial parent is allowed to pick the child up after school pursuant to your visitation order then you must obey the order.

The following is general since you didn't include any details.

First, you should make certain the school is notified that you are the custodial parent and you should provide the school with a certified copy of the decree that awarded sole legal custody to you. If you have sole legal custody you should inform the school that the non-custodial parent is not allowed to take the child during the school day or pick the child up when school is dismissed. If the non-custodial parent persists in trying to take the child from school then you will need to address the situation in court.

If the non-custodial parent is allowed to pick the child up after school pursuant to your visitation order then you must obey the order.

The following is general since you didn't include any details.

First, you should make certain the school is notified that you are the custodial parent and you should provide the school with a certified copy of the decree that awarded sole legal custody to you. If you have sole legal custody you should inform the school that the non-custodial parent is not allowed to take the child during the school day or pick the child up when school is dismissed. If the non-custodial parent persists in trying to take the child from school then you will need to address the situation in court.

If the non-custodial parent is allowed to pick the child up after school pursuant to your visitation order then you must obey the order.

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Answered 2012-08-29 12:27:43

The following is general since you didn't include any details.

First, you should make certain the school is notified that you are the custodial parent and you should provide the school with a certified copy of the decree that awarded sole legal custody to you. If you have sole legal custody you should inform the school that the non-custodial parent is not allowed to take the child during the school day or pick the child up when school is dismissed. If the non-custodial parent persists in trying to take the child from school then you will need to address the situation in court.

If the non-custodial parent is allowed to pick the child up after school pursuant to your visitation order then you must obey the order.

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