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Custodial rights in any US state depends largely on the individual circumstances surrounding a dispute and the judge's interpretation of such. Generally the main contributing factors in the decision are. the ages of the children involved, the extent the non custodial parent and other relatives (grandparents, etc.) are currently involved with the children, the purpose of the relocation, and the plans for transportation of the children for visitation purposes. There are no certainties in such situtation. But a move when it pertains to the parent retaining their employment status does carry a considerable amount of weight in the matter.

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Q: What are the rights of a Missouri custodial parent needing to move out of state but less than 100 miles for career when the non custodial parent has extended non traditional visitation?
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Can the custodial parent sign over temporary custody to non custodial parent?

No, but you can grant extended visitation privileges.


Can a custodial parent be charged with abandoment if the child is allowed to stay with non-custodial parent for a while?

No, but beyond 30 days, and provided it's not during a summer extended visitation, a motion for a change of custody can be filed.


When both parents have joint legal and primary custodial parent leaves the child with the non-custodial in another state is this child abandonment?

Not related to an extended visitation, and more than 30 days, yes. see link


Is it considered child abandonment or neglect when the custodial parent leaves child with non custidial parent?

After 30 days and not involving extended visitation. see links below


What are some instances where child support amounts may vary when dealing with custodial and non-custodial parents?

There are instances where the parties have agreed to vary the amounts during longer visitation periods such as summer break and extended vacations since the day-to-day expenses such as food and entertainment will shift from the custodial parent to the non-custodial parent during these visits.


Can you temporaily suspend child support?

The mother can if she's not collecting Welfare. In states like Missouri, if being denied visitation, the father can file to have child support put on hold. It also can be stopped after 30 days of extended visitation.


Which are the instances where the child support amount varies?

There are instances where the parties have agreed to vary the amounts during longer visitation periods such as summer break and extended vacations since the day-to-day expenses such as food and entertainment will shift from the custodial parent to the non-custodial parent during these visits.


What is the new laws in Missouri for child support?

Question needs to be clarified. There are many laws, including: * Child Support can be stopped, by court ruling, due to denial of visitation; * Child support can be stopped, after notification to Child Support Enforcement, after 30 days of extended visitation; * Child support cannot be stopped in the event of the death of the obligor parent.


Can you take your children and just leave with no warning if you have joint custody?

It depends on whether you mean permanently or simply for a vacation. First, you cannot violate a visitation order without the consent of the non-custodial parent, preferably in writing. You do not require the court's or non-custodial parent's permission to leave the state for a vacation but the non-custodial parent should be notified and visitation time should be made up if missed. You do need the non-custodial parent's consent to leave the country for even a short vacation. In fact, you would encounter problems leaving the country, entering another country and returning without an official consent. You cannot leave either state or country permanently or for an extended period without the consent of the non-custodial parent and a modification of court orders. Doing so could result in your losing custody.


Which is a feature of most traditional societies?

extended family system


Can a parent force a child visit with the noncustodial parent?

Legally the parent has to allow court ordered visitation. The child has to go along with the plan.In a practical sense, the parents could discuss the matter and then work with the child to find a middle ground. As children grow older, they often prefer not to have their lives interrupted and so it is better to have shorter visits rather than the extended visits that are part of the lives of younger children.AnswerYes. The visitation order remains in effect until it has been modified by the court. Generally, a child cannot make the decision to end visitations until the age of eighteen. The parents should try to remedy the situation that makes the child want to stop the visits. If there is a good reason to stop the visits the custodial parent must return to court and request a modification. Until the visitation order is modified the non-custodial parent can file a motion for contempt of a court order against the custodial parent if the visitation order is violated.


Is it considered abandonment if you leave a child with the other parent?

If longer than 30 days, outside a normal extended visitation.

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