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 If you have joint custody of your son and feel that his safety is in question do you have a legal right to keep him until you feel that he is no longer in danger?

Answer Answer The custodial parent who fears for their child's safety would not have a legal right to keep the child from the other parent until a court ruled on the legitimacy of the claim. In other wor... Read More »
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If you have primary physical custody and joint legal custody do you have move rights then the parent that does not have physical custody when it comes to the best interest of the child?

Answer yes and no. joint legal basically means the other parent can get any and all legal info on the child such as medical records, school records and of course anything legal or court related if... Read More »
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If you have full physical custody but joint legal custody can your ex have the child baptized without your permission?

Answer That depends on whether it is stated in your parenting agreement as to who has the right to make religious decisions. Is it addressed? Is decision making joint? If this issue is not addresse... Read More »
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If you haven't established custody and the father has moved out of state and is now asking for joint legal and physical custody can he win?

Answer It will be very dificult for the father to have joint legal and physical custody on the gounds that he is not avalible. The courts want the two parents to live in the same area to co-parent.... Read More »
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If you have primary physical custody of your daughter but joint legal custody with her father do you need permission from the court or him to move her to a different state?

AnswerIn most states you do. There are forms you can find online and have both the father and the mother sign them in front of a notary. I have done it in my case just as a safety measure.
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