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 Is it considered stealing if you are changing custody and you move all your belongings from your mother's house to your father's house?

Answer Answer No, such action would be of a civil nature not a criminal one.
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In the state of new york can you move out of your fathers house to live with your mother without your fathers permission?

Answer In many states, children of a certain age do have a say on where they live. However, in my experience, fathers are more apt to pay for college etc. if the children are living with them at th... Read More »
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In Texas can a 16-year-old move out of the custodial parent's house into the non-custodial parent's house before going to court for a change of custody?

Answer No. The 16 year old must wait until the case is settled.Legally, no, but it is highly unlikely the court would order the minor to return to the custodial parent's home unless the non custod... Read More »
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Why do mothers get custody of their children over the fathers?

There are many reasons. Historically, mothers are more often the care givers even when they work outside the home. Also, fewer fathers want full custody of their children.
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Are fathers suing to redress the custody bias in favor of mothers?

Yes.The "'times they are a-changin'".There are numerous men's organizations that assist father's to gain equal rights concerning the custody, visitation and support of their children regardless of ... Read More »
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