I'm going throught the same thing my daughter is 15 years old and her Dad will not let her live with me and I live in Oklahoma. And I'm having to take him back to court. You can E-mail me at email@example.com and I will let you no more because I have to go back to court on the 18 of this month. That live in Kansas.
As the mother has left he child and moved to another state, the entire custody will be given to the father. And the mother will have no voice.
None of them will.
Can a father who has joint custody with the mother stop her from visiting another state with the child
You should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody issues.
Ohio if the mother has lived there for at least six months. see links below
What can a father do if the mother of. His children took the kids and moved to another state without permission.
the state he works in .
The state in which she and her minor child/children currently reside.
no, but the father could file for custody see links below
File for in in the state of jurisdiction. see links below
Colorado see links below
If the custodial parent moves out of state from where child support is issued do you still have to make payments to that state if the custodial parent lives in another state?
Not a single one.
I expect none.
Can an inmate in Texas file for a divorce and do the work himself while being incarcerated when his wife lives in another state?
In the state where the child resides
Whether or not you can make the mother move with her child back to the state where the father lives depends on the original court order, where you live, and what is best for your child. If you don't have a court order that specifies that the mother must remain in a certain state, you'll need to petition the court to make her move back. If the court believes that it is in the best interest of the child to live in the same state as the father, the mother may be ordered to move.
The person filing must do it, or their lawyer. State is unimportant an it is a FEDERAL law and court that handles BKs.
The interstate visitation rights act gives great information in the area of this question. http://www.law.upenn.edu/bll/archives/ulc/icv/chldvsit.htm
go die and ask your lawyer