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 Can your ex take your 1-year-old out of state for overnight visitation?

Answer Answer The terms of the custodial order should stipulate what may or may not be done by either parent. If the parents share joint custody the person who wishes to take a child out of state may onl... Read More »
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You live in Pa and have sole legal and physical custody of your son there is no visitation order in affect for your ex can he legally take your son without your permission?

No, it would be considered kidnapping. Even without a court order, but if a judge has decided to give you 100% of custody and legal right, it would be a violation of that order. You can technically... Read More »
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If your son's father has not used his court mandated visitation in almost a year can he return to the visitation schedule whenever he chooses?

Answer Yes.Until the court order is changed, it stands and he is well within his rights to excercise his rights. More Opinions As clarification, the court can only award visitation rights, it cann... Read More »
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Is it legal to take your son with you to Texas from Tennessee during your summer month visitation even though his father has custody?

Answer Sounds like you have joint custody. There is no reason you shouldn't be able to take your son with you, but it's important you discuss this with his father and leave the phone # of where yo... Read More »
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If you were never married to the father of your child and there is not a court order for visitation would a judge remove the child from your custody if you move out of state?

Answer It is possible. Marraige has nothing to do with it, a biological son does.No.If there is not a custodial order in place the law presumes that an unmarried mother has full custodial rights to... Read More »
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