Can a father take a newborn from its mother?

Answer NO. only if the mother is unfit.

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How often could a father be granted visitation with a newborn if he and the mother were never married and she resides in Florida while he resides in Pennsylvania?

I'm not quite sure but by U.S. law by 12 years of age you can pretty much decide which parent you want to live with.

How does a mother give her unborn child to the father of the baby and his wife if the mother is in Colorado and the father is in Minnesota?

I'd advise you to go to a family law attorney in your state and discuss the situation, rather than attempt to handle it yourself. Let your lawyer handle all communications with the father of your c... Read More »

If a 17-year-old moves out of their mother's house into their father's can the mother force them to come back and would the father be arrested?

Answer I can well understand this custody business is very hard on you. No one likes to see their parents split up. I suggest that you get both your parents together and discuss this. There is m... Read More »

If a 16-year-old lives in LA with mother and father lives in MS and they have joint custody with the mother being dominant can the child leave home to go live with the father legally?

Answer Where I come from, I believe so, yes. A 16 year old is old enough to decide which parent he or she wants to live with. If you just up and leave to go live with your father without telling yo... Read More »