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Q: What kind of visitation can your ex-spouse have with your children when you move out of town?
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If you move to another country can you still have visitation with your children?

Absolutely. You just have to come back to this country to do it.


How far can children move in nys if father has visitation rights?

Children can't move anywhere. The mother is moving them away from the father. 50 mile limit without court approval


Can you move your children out of state if you have residential custody?

There is physical (residential) custody and legal custody. If you share legal custody with the other parent of if they have visitation rights you cannot move the children without the non-custodial parent's consent and/or court approval.There is physical (residential) custody and legal custody. If you share legal custody with the other parent of if they have visitation rights you cannot move the children without the non-custodial parent's consent and/or court approval.There is physical (residential) custody and legal custody. If you share legal custody with the other parent of if they have visitation rights you cannot move the children without the non-custodial parent's consent and/or court approval.There is physical (residential) custody and legal custody. If you share legal custody with the other parent of if they have visitation rights you cannot move the children without the non-custodial parent's consent and/or court approval.


Can you move children out of state without permisson of the father in the state of Texas?

That depends on the custody and visitation order that is currently in place. I suggest you read it for an answer and if it isn't outlined or otherwise stated, the father has the right to file an objection to your move. Also, if your move would present a hardship to him in terms of visitation, the court may rule that you are responsible for paying his expenses when traveling to visit his children.


Can you move out of state if you have custody with supervised visitation in Tennessee?

You will need court permission to move the child or to exercise your visitation in an alternate location.


Will the court plan change if mother move out of state?

Yes, as it should for her to have continued visitation rights to the children now living with the father.


Can you move out of state Oklahoma with your children where you are the sole custodial parent but the father has visitation rights and there was not a marriage?

You will need his and the courts consent since there are court orders that can not be broken.


You have the primary custody of your daughter. What if you move to another state?

Unless you have sole custody and the other parent has no visitation rights, you need their consent and court approval. If you move without court approval you will be in contempt of the court order regarding visitation.Unless you have sole custody and the other parent has no visitation rights, you need their consent and court approval. If you move without court approval you will be in contempt of the court order regarding visitation.Unless you have sole custody and the other parent has no visitation rights, you need their consent and court approval. If you move without court approval you will be in contempt of the court order regarding visitation.Unless you have sole custody and the other parent has no visitation rights, you need their consent and court approval. If you move without court approval you will be in contempt of the court order regarding visitation.


Can you move to Canada from the United States with your children if you have full custody?

If the non-custodial parents has visitation rights you need court approval. It will all go more smoothly if the non-custodial parent consents to the move.If the non-custodial parents has visitation rights you need court approval. It will all go more smoothly if the non-custodial parent consents to the move.If the non-custodial parents has visitation rights you need court approval. It will all go more smoothly if the non-custodial parent consents to the move.If the non-custodial parents has visitation rights you need court approval. It will all go more smoothly if the non-custodial parent consents to the move.


Can you move out of the state of Kansas with your children when you're not married and neither parent has custody?

An unmarried mother has custody of her children until the father establishes his paternity in court and requests custody or an order for visitation. Once his paternity is established she can request child support.She can move but he may be able to stop her by filing a motion in court.An unmarried mother has custody of her children until the father establishes his paternity in court and requests custody or an order for visitation. Once his paternity is established she can request child support.She can move but he may be able to stop her by filing a motion in court.An unmarried mother has custody of her children until the father establishes his paternity in court and requests custody or an order for visitation. Once his paternity is established she can request child support.She can move but he may be able to stop her by filing a motion in court.An unmarried mother has custody of her children until the father establishes his paternity in court and requests custody or an order for visitation. Once his paternity is established she can request child support.She can move but he may be able to stop her by filing a motion in court.


What are your chances of being able to move out of the state of Georgia with your children after a divorce?

Depends on you argument before the court and what you are willing to accept for long distance visitation. see link.


Can an unmarried mother move in state with her child without the fathers permission?

Yes, as long as the move doesn't interfere with the father's court ordered custody or visitation rights. If there are no current court orders then she is free to move.Yes, as long as the move doesn't interfere with the father's court ordered custody or visitation rights. If there are no current court orders then she is free to move.Yes, as long as the move doesn't interfere with the father's court ordered custody or visitation rights. If there are no current court orders then she is free to move.Yes, as long as the move doesn't interfere with the father's court ordered custody or visitation rights. If there are no current court orders then she is free to move.


Can mother in Georgia move with children to California?

The father could file an injunction ordering their return. Go to court and set up a long distance visitation. see link


If you are in the middle of a divorce can you move out of state if the father of the children was abusive to one of the children?

No. The court has jurisdiction over your case and over your children. You cannot remove them from the jurisdiction without the court's permission. You need to bring the situation to the attention of the court so it can investigate and modify the custody/visitation orders, if necessary. If you move the court will impose sanctions on you.


Will the courts give visitation when a father pays child support?

Not automatically, but the father certainly has a right to move for visitation and, ordinarily, it should be granted.


How do i let the court give me permission to move away from my ex with our children?

Prove that it's not extremely detrimental to the children, plus offer to provide a $10,000 cash or certified bond, forfeited if you violate court ordered visitation rights.


Can a parent with no parental rights but has visitation with her child keep the father from moving her out of state?

If you have a court order for visitation the order must be respected and he cannot move the child out of state without yours and the courts permission. If you don't have a court order for visitation, custody or child support and your parental rights have been terminated you don't have any legal rights to the child and he can not be stopped.Another PerspectiveIf the mother has visitation rights then she has parental rights. The father cannot move out of state without a modification of the visitation order if the move will affect the mother's visitation rights. He must seek a modification from the court. It will go easier if she consents.


Can you move with an affidavit from the baby's father?

If there is an existing visitation order the affidavit should be filed with the court that has jurisdiction. You may need to use it to request court approval for the move.If there is an existing visitation order the affidavit should be filed with the court that has jurisdiction. You may need to use it to request court approval for the move.If there is an existing visitation order the affidavit should be filed with the court that has jurisdiction. You may need to use it to request court approval for the move.If there is an existing visitation order the affidavit should be filed with the court that has jurisdiction. You may need to use it to request court approval for the move.


Can an unmarried father with only visitation stop the married mother from leaving the state?

When a visitation order is in affect the non custodial parent has the right to request the court to prevent the custodial parent from moving from the state of residence. The issue of marriage is not relevant if the male has been legally certified as being the biological father. The court issuing the visitation order has jurisdiction in such matters and the ruling of whether or not to allow the custodial parent to move is based on the best interest of the children involved. Generally the court will not prevent such a move if it relates to a job transfer, remarriage and so forth, but will amend the visitation schedule, sometimes making the custodial parent bear the responsibility of transportation arrangements when visitation is mandated.


Can a mother with joint custody move with children to another state without fathers consent?

That would be something that would have to be decided by a court. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the move, it may or may not be granted. If the mother has a compelling reason to move, the request may be granted, however the onus would be on the mother to retain their joint custodial rights by maintaining visitation with their children and or taking the children back to the father's residence for his visitation rights (the courts won't make him go to you to get them if doing so would present a hardship) paying their portion of child support, etc. Either that or relinquish joint custody which would probably be the result if the father doesn't agree to the move.


If you have sole custody do you need permission to take the child out of state in MD?

Generally: For a vacation or short term, no. If the other parent has visitation rights you cannot move permanently without their consent and the consent of the court via a modification of the visitation order. You need to check the rules in your jurisdiction.Generally: For a vacation or short term, no. If the other parent has visitation rights you cannot move permanently without their consent and the consent of the court via a modification of the visitation order. You need to check the rules in your jurisdiction.Generally: For a vacation or short term, no. If the other parent has visitation rights you cannot move permanently without their consent and the consent of the court via a modification of the visitation order. You need to check the rules in your jurisdiction.Generally: For a vacation or short term, no. If the other parent has visitation rights you cannot move permanently without their consent and the consent of the court via a modification of the visitation order. You need to check the rules in your jurisdiction.


Can a custodial parent move the children out of state without the non custodial parent's consent in the state of Georgia?

Not if the non-custodial parent have visitation and pay child support. Then his and the courts consent is needed.


Can a mother with custody move out of state with her child for a better paying job if father has two hourd of visitation a week?

Yes. However, if the visitation is no longer practical, one of the parents may need to file for a modification of custody or visitation.


Can a custodial parent move to a different state or country without permission from other parent if no visitation rights have been given to the noncustodial parent?

it shouldnt matter. if the parent has custidy and the other dont and there is no visitation rights then then yes the perant can move


Can a divorced father move out of the state of Florida without the mothers permission.?

Sure the father can move. However, if there are children involved, he cannot remove them from the state without a modification of the custody and visitation orders if the mother has parental rights. It would go easier with the mother's consent. If the mother has custody and he is not planning to take the children but is considering moving himself, he should consult with an attorney ahead of time about modifying his custody and visitation orders. He will need an agreement for visitations in place before he moves.