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 Department of economics takes you to court for childsupport what right do they have in who has custody of the child mother never married child's dad?

Answer Answer In cases like this the mother is always considered first for custody, unless for some reason she is not fit to handle her duty as a parent. They will then look into the fathers situation to ... Read More »
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If there is not a court order for sole custody of a child and the mother is behind in child support can the father take the child out of the US without permission from the mother or the court?

Answer Obtaining a passport for a minor in the US requires both parents. You'd would have to get a court order giving you custody. More Conributor Opinions Being granted sole legal custody does n... Read More »
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What are the chances the father of a child get custody if he abandoned the mother during pregnancy and even once denied the child and the mother is married to someone else who wants the child?

Firstly, the someone else is totally not relevant. Forget him. Abandoning the mother is between the father and mother and doesn't affect access. Access is still possible. Denying the child previo... Read More »
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If a mother has legal and physical custody of a child and if she dies and leaves her child to her mother in her will can the child's father obtain custody of the baby or will her mother?

United States State laws vary widely in the United States but in almost every state the biological parent has sole rights to custody of the child. If a custodial parent dies the surviving natural p... 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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