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 Can you be charged if you break a custody court order?

Answer Anyone who violates a court order may be charged with contempt of court. This can happen one of two ways. The other parent may file a motion for contempt within the family court. The Judge in the f... Read More »
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If no court order for custody has been granted and the parents are unmarried who has the custody of a child in Minnesota?

Answer Whomever the child resides with, until the court decides otherwise. Meaning the parent that the child does not live with cannot take the child anywhere without the permission of the other pa... Read More »
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If no court order for custody has been granted and the parents are unmarried who has the custody of a child in Tennessee?

AnswerI am currently trying to find a similar answer, so far, in my experience (in which one parent is in Tennessee and one is NOT in Tennessee), I was told NO ONE has custody. That you have to go ... Read More »
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If no court order for custody has been granted and the parents are unmarried who has the custody of a child in Maryland?

Answer When the issue pertains to unmarried couples the law presumes the mother to have full legal custody of the child(ren). The father must establish paternity before custody, child support or v... Read More »
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If the joint custody court order says the father is to carry health insurance and he does not will that be used in helping to determine custody?

Answer No, financial matters are separate from custodial issues. The matter of health insurance should be a part of the support order not a custodial one.
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