You must inform the ex and both of you should go the court house and see the judge that made the first decree and get permission. The person that wants to leave the country needs to do the right thing, for the child. I think anything over state lines can be considered kidnapping with out consent.
you can,but you have to get permission from court.
Well, You could just give her sole custody, wait, and then get her to give you sole custody. I am just guessing
If she has won legal custody, then yes.
It depends on whether she is a minor or an adult, and if she is a minor, your custody situation.
in custody of France but she is dead now
He can still file an injunction
The term "primary joint custody" is contradictory. Primary (or sole) custody means one parent has full rights of decision as to the care of the child, including education, medical treatment, etc. Joint custody means parents share equal rights in major decisions such as moving the child to another state or country. One parent cannot legally take such action without the other's consent or without permission of the court.
Unless you have a parent or another person that wants custody of you in another country, no.
yes, you can in most states you can contact state agency and say you would like to give up custody of your child either permenantly or temporarily but you would probably have to follow a case plan of some sort to get custody back
Yes. You are in the custody of the US government and they will provide your meals and housing while in basic training.
Not unless you are in a custody battle. It is only if you are going out of the country that you need consent
Yes, as an official change of custody has not yet taken place.
yes if you have full custody you dont have to consult your ex.
No, as the signature of both parents are required for the passport.
Can a father who has joint custody with the mother stop her from visiting another state with the child
I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW CAN I GET CUSTODY OF MY COUSIN AWY FROM HER MOTHER
No, you cannot move a child out of state if you have joint custody.
temporary guardianship means that you temporarily have custody and control of the kid(s) and it has been ordered by the court. Permanent guardianship means that you now have indefinite custody of the kid(s)
The recent case involving Brazil was the only successful case, out of several hundred such cases, in the last ten years.
You would need approval to return to the country to file a challenge.
No. see link
It depends. If you have sole custody, go for it. If you have joint custody, you have to have the permission of the other guardian; you can get a signed note, it's fine. If you don't have custody at all, no, you can't.
The party with legal custody makes the decision. Physical custody is another matter between the parties. Many couples have joint custody with physical custody to the mother. Whoever has legal custody has the right to make important decisions.
You have a chance to it but it also depends on what country, circumstances etc.
It has to be done before the move. Once out of the country, he's pretty much screwed as only one country honors foreign custody awards for fathers, Cuba. see link