Can a non-custodial parent take a child out of state without

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Latest post 06-09-2010 6:45 PM by OliviasMom. 4 replies.
  • 06-09-2010 11:27 AM

    • sammy84
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    Can a non-custodial parent take a child out of state without

    Sorry I am posting one last question.  I have full custody of my daughter and her father has visitation rights.  Is he allowed to take her out of state on his weekends w/out my permission.  Thanks again so much. 

  • 06-09-2010 11:38 AM In reply to

    • Drew
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    Re: Can a non-custodial parent take a child out of state without

    Unless the order says otherwise, Dad is free to travel about with his child during his proper times--why would you think otherwise?

    Now if  the child needs a passport that may require a degree of both of you consent to same.

     



  • 06-09-2010 1:45 PM In reply to

    Re: Can a non-custodial parent take a child out of state without

    sammy84:
    Sorry I am posting one last question. 

    Uh, that's what the boards are here for.  No need to apologize. 

    What does the order say?  If there is a limitation, it should be in there.

    The law presumes that parents aren't going to be crazy and skip town with children.

  • 06-09-2010 5:06 PM In reply to

    • sammy84
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    Re: Can a non-custodial parent take a child out of state wit...

    The order does not state anything about it but my attorney stated verbally that he had to give me written notice and permission to leave the state.  So, i wasn't clear on if he had to or not.  Thanks so much!

  • 06-09-2010 6:45 PM In reply to

    Re: Can a non-custodial parent take a child out of state wit...

    Probably not. Unless the order specifically says he needs your permission to leave the state with the kids, then he does not. Notification and actual permission are 2 different things.

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