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 If a parent has full custody of a child and lets him live with the non custodial parent can the custodial force him to move back with them?

Answer Answer yes. once you get the child file for a modification of the final order (divorce, paternity, parental rights) whatever type of case it is. Don't be surprised if the other party changes their... Read More »
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Can a minor child move back in to the non custodial parent's home if they do not want to live with the court appointed custodial parent?

Answer Not without the child and the second parent violating the custody order. The child can petition the court but there has to be a valid reason for wanting the move.Minor children are not all... Read More »
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Can the custodial parent be granted full legal custody if the non custodial parent does not participate in the child's life?

yes Yes. Child custody is decided on what's best for the child. So if its best for the child to go with him/her, then that is what the judge will decide.It's possible, but the non custodial paren... Read More »
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If non custodial parent owes back child support and the child goes to live with the non custodial parent does the custodial parent at that point have to begin paying child support?

Yes, in most circumstances. However, you need to notify the court of the change in circumstances as soon as possible. The existing child support order and custody order will remain in effect until ... Read More »
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Does the court ever change a ruling from joint custody to full custody for the custodial parent if the non-custodial parent gives up his visitation?

Answer Because it's almost always in a child's best interest to have a relationship with both parents, courts are generally reluctant to take away visitation rights. In some states, custody order... Read More »
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