What can you do if the mother will not allow the children see or talk to their father abruptly?
It depends on the custody order already in place. If the mother is violating the custody order, the father can sue her for contempt, and ask that she be appropriately sanctioned.
If there is no custody order in place, the father will need to sue the mother for legitimation or divorce, depending on whether they are married, and ask that custody be determined.
If you are a father. You must prove the mother unfit, drugs, abuse, prison record, etc... IF you are a mother, depending on the state you live in they would allow soul custody because you are the mother. If the father is unfit and you live in Utah and/or California where they are for the father as well and want to do joint custody in most of those two states, the father must pretty much… Read More
Depends on the circumstances. Please consider the situation. The biological father is living with the mother and child/children, therefore he is (or should be) aiding in the support of the household. If the father is not living with the mother and child the mother can and should file for support regardless of the status of her current relationship with the biological father. If you are referrring to state aid regarding the care of a minor… Read More
If the mother lives in different state than the father can she file for custody of child without father knowing?
No. Biological parents must be notified when the issue concerns minor children of which they share custodial rights. If the couple are not married the law presumes that the mother has sole custodial rights to the minor child/children until legal procedures are followed that might allow the biological father custodial and/or visitation rights.
Well the mother has to allow the father to see the child a little bit and the judge will decide how though!
In the state of nv what can a single father do to prevent the mother of his children from moving out of state?
He can get himself to the family court as soon as possible and petition for visitations and/or joint custody of the children. Once he has established his paternity his right of access to the children must be addressed before the court will allow the children to be moved with the mother to another state. Of course, once established as the biological father he may become subject to a child support order as well. If possible… Read More
A mother cannot stop a father from seeing his child unless a court has ordered that he not be allowed to see them. The mother can be held in contempt of court if she doesn't allow visitation.
his father should not allow it, but it isnt illegal.
As long as no court actions have been taken against the mother for abandoning the children she can still show up again and demand to see her children. Only court action take take away her parental rights. If the father (or guardian) went to court after the abandonment to get custody he can refuse to allow the mother to see the kids, but the mother can take him to court to gain access to the… Read More
No. A father has the right to see their child. Only the court can bar visitations. A mother who refuses to allow the father his visitation rights risks losing custody.
There are specific ways of protecting the rights of the mother, but they are set by law. The mother cannot just change the will. Some states allow the widow to 'take against the will' and take the share she would be entitled to under the intestacy laws. Sometimes this is done for tax reasons.
The judge said the father has to much control over mother and mother wants to move out state father wants to do a custody evaluation will the judge allow that after he awarded mother sole custody?
You can only try see links below
Can the father allow the step mother to adopt his children if the biological mom pays support but has no contacts?
That is not his decision to make. The child can not be given up for adoption without the biological mother's permission. And then the court will decide of she's allowed to adopt.
Everyone has or had a father. If the father is deceased or the mother has been granted full legal custody then the mother can allow her minor child to marry. If that is not the case, the biological father consent will be necesssary also or the court will have to waive the necessity for such consent.
If the mother deprive the father the right to see his child and he pays child support what are will the courts do for legal relief for him?
If the father has visitation rights and the mother refuses to allow the father those rights, then the father can sue the mother in a civil contempt proceeding. If she doesn't have a good reason for disallowing the visitation then she can be held in contempt of court. There are various remedies including giving the father more visitation to make up for the visitation that was disallowed by the mother or even giving the father… Read More
It depends on the jurisdiction. Many provide a standard amount that must be paid until the court declares otherwise. They cannot allow children to be destitute and without support just because the court hasn't finalized their ruling and the father is a jerk.
Can your girlfriend adopt your children when the father doesn't want to have anything to do with his children even though the father barely pays child support?
not without his permission, and in states that allow lesbian couple adoptions
If married, and not living in Kansas. If the mother had a custody order, and first right of refusal is not declared in the orders, he will need to file a custody challenge against her parents. Kansas has an old law that does not allow widowers to have custody of young children. The maternal grandparents can take them.
If he gets a court order yes.
Not without the approval of the courts.
It is equally balanced. The mother takes care of the child and nurtures him/her, while the father brings home money to allow the child to continue in his/her life. The mother also helps the child with emotional needs (usually) while the father helps the child learn about labor (usually)
Not if the father hasn't requested a visitation schedule. The mother should allow the father to visit with the child. However, if there is no visitation order in place she won't "get into trouble" if he's is not having visitations with the child. Child support and visitations are two separate issues as far as the court is concerned. Fathers are entitled to visitations. If the mother refuses the father should return to court and request… Read More
Can a father who has joint custody with the mother stop her from moving to another state after they go to court?
If there are not stipulations in the custodial order relating to the change of residence of either parent, the father can request the court to not allow the mother to move out of state with the minor children or grant him full or primary physical custody rights. Please be advised, if the move is for good cause, such as a job transfer then it is unlikely the court will agree to block the move.
It it legal for a mother with a child from another father who has visitation rights to allow her fiance to move into the house with the child from the original father before marriage?
I don't believe so.
u must go to the court and request a modification on the divorce terms to allow the child to live with the father. If the mother agrees it is easy. if the mother objects then it gets a little harder because father will have to demostrate not only that the child wants it but that it will be in the best interest of the child that the father get the residency custody.
How does a father enforce visitation in joint custody when the mother won't allow him to see the child in the state of Florida?
Take it to court.
Teach your children to stand up for what you believe is right, and allow them to be themselves and do what they want.
How do you convince your dad to allow your family to move back to your home and continue to support us?
This is between your mother and father and there must be good reasons on their part why you are living where you are. You may not be happy where you are, but perhaps your father had no choice. If your mother and father don't get along and you wish your mother and the rest of the family could move back home then this is up to your mother and not the rest of you. If… Read More
The father would need to prove paternity if the parents were not married. He would also need to provide evidence the change in name is in the best interest of the child. If the child lives with the mother who has custody it is unlikely the court will allow the name change. If the father didn't marry the child's mother there is no reason for the court to allow the child's name to be changed.
What if their are no court orders and the child's mother refuses to allow the father to see his child?
The father must establish his paternity in the family court and petition for a visitation schedule and/or joint custody. The father should act immediately.
Your parents are divorced your father is a muslimso are you but you want to live with your christian mother is it ok according to Islam?
Actually in Islam a woman who gets married again after divorcing her husband, automatically loses custody of her children. In Islam, children are taken care of and provided for by their father, not the mother. Also in Islam, if the father is Muslim, it is a requirement that his children be raised Muslim. If his non Muslim wife doesn't allow his children to be raised Muslim, then the marriage isn't valid according to Islamic Laws… Read More
My fourteen year old daughter is requesting to live with her father and step-mother in another state Do I have to allow her to move?
no, but the father could file for custody see links below
If a person was born to a Philippines mother and a US father in the Philippines do they have dual citizenship?
Unfortunately, no. The government of the Philippines does not allow dual citizenship.
it all depends on state that you live in, however, a father has a right to see his children despite his history of child support payments. the mother cannot legally refuse to allow the father to the child or children due to lack of support, unless there is a court order or restraining order that legally allows her to withold visitation. Paying child support and visitation rights have nothing to do with each other.Just because… Read More
If the mother is an illegal immagrant and can not work in the US can the father who is a USC get 100 percent custody of the child but also allow mother visitation right?
First off, a single mother, regardless of status, has sole custody. The father has no assumed parental right, so he will be starting from scratch. Can he get custody? There's no more guarantee in this than for any single father. see link
The assumption here is that a husband, in the process of a divorce, has filed for custody and the mother is countering it by claiming that he is not the father. She can do this.
If Father has joint custody and the mother wants to move out of state is she allowed to leave with the child when father doesn't agree?
Once a court acquires jurisdiction over a family through a divorce proceeding, it retains jurisdiction over the minor children. If the father objected to the removal of the child there would be a hearing and the court would hear evidence. It may not allow the removal of the child from the state. The focus of the hearing would be the best interest of the child and that the father's rights of visitation not be violated… Read More
Generally speaking, the mother cat will not allow the father cat near the kittens.
If a parent gets imprisoned what are the steps to take to allow custody of their children to their family if father has sole custody and doesn't want the mother to have the children?
If you live in the US... Unless Mom's parental rights (different thing than custodial rights) have been terminated or she can be proven unfit, she's first in line for custody, so if she wants custody, she will get it (no matter what Dad wants)
How do you stop child support payments if the mother doesn't allow the father to see the child based on the visitation arrangements and trashes the father on the internet?
You don't, you fight it. Let me teach you how. see links below
Would the father of the child be able to go to South Carolina and sign out his daughter from school and take her to Georgia and get temporary custody?
You haven't provided any details about marital status and existing parental rights. If he doesn't presently have parental rights and custody- the answer is no. If the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody until the father has established his paternity legally and petitioned the court for custody and won. The school should not allow the father to take the child. The principal should call the mother to notify her of the situation. The… Read More
Can an American citizen father take his child from a foreign country without the consent of the mother?
It can reasonably be assumed from your question that the mother and the child are together in some foreign country. Ask yourself if the laws of the US would automatically take precedence over the laws of the other country. Even if US law says that the father can claim the child, what country is going to allow the father to come in and take the child from the mother? If the tables were turned, would… Read More
Yes, he can have the court order a paternity test. Answer Yes. Just like the fathers who refuse to pay child support based upon not knowing if the baby is his, mothers can be court ordered to bring their children in for a paternity test. If its something you dont want to do, let the father talk all he wants but wait for the court to tell you that you have to bring your child… Read More
This is a really hard thing to deal with and allow me to express my sorrow for your family. if i were in your position i would be finding a way to get the cheating father and your mother divirced and away from each other. and my father cheated on my mother at one point and they got divorced but i still get to see my dad and everything, but if you and your family… Read More
You can take her to court and ask for visitations. If you already do not have this. It is every fathers right to see his children (unless the father is in prison or has been declared to be an unfit father).
Does Texas allow a mother to take her children out of state without the father's consent before a divorce or separation?
If you are not separated or divorced the law of marriage applies and they say you have equal right to the children so yes, she can.
If Father wants to keep his 3 year old daughter overnight does he have a right to do this if the mother does not agree. He does not support his child financially.?
He is the father and not to allow him his child would hurt the child. Take him to family court for the support.
Because TLC and their lawyers would not let Jon talk?
Its cold out in Arctic region and fear of deadly unknown animals so keep out from there and stay with your father and friends.
What rights does a father have if there is no court order but he pays monthly and the mother has custody and guardianship?
As many rights as the mother wishes to allow until the father protects himself with court ordered visitation and decision making rights. In some states, the father may have certain intrinsic rights, but you would need to provide where you reside and the state (or country if outside the USA) where the child legally resides.
Why does a mother's adult children allow their narcissistic stepfather to prevent them from spending time with their mother?
"Allow?" It isn't the children's responsibility to control their stepfather. Afterall, the stepfather is controlling them. They probably don't know what to do and are trying to understand what is going on.