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A:  I don't know about Florida but I can tell you this, if she left without the permission of you and or the courts she is in contempt. The courts may change you to be the CP. They normally give the parent the chance to move back. They also can demand her to bring the child back whether she likes it or not. The move was for her and not the child and that is how they look at it and the relationship with the other parent. Nothing is ever a waste of time when it comes to fighting for your child(ren). How old is the child? She moved without your permission and if the papers state specifically she cannot, then she probably will irritate a judge and I would say you...

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custody & child Support Questions

A:  Past due child support is owed to you and you can, therefore waive any or all of it as you choose. Realize, of course, that assuming dad goes along with it and airfairs don't go any higher, you're talking about at least an $1800 expense for all that flying for just one holiday visit. Won't be too long before he's caught up on arrears and then what are you planning to do? Then again, he can refuse and you're stuck since you are ordered to transport the child. Dad doesn't need anything but the filing fee to get a contempt citation initiated and should he choose to do that, you do risk losing custody. Consult counsel. You and your attorney are assuming dad with bite. I don't see that...

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Moving from CA to AZ, what is the best way to go about it?

A:  "I am open to arranging a custody agreement that would ensure the children a fair amount of time with him" Define "fair." And what are the chances that your ex would define it the same way? "Any suggestions as to how to move forward?" What does your divorce/custody decree say about the subject. Generally speaking, the custodial parent has the right to move out of state. The non-custodial parent has the initial burden to demonstrate that the move would harm his/her relationship with the child(ren). If he/she can meet this burden, the burden shifts to the custodial parent to demonstrate that the benefits of the...

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Can a mother move out of the state of florida with her daughter legally?

A:  If the father has a problem with it, then the answer is no. If the father says okay, get that in writing, because he has every right to take you to court to prevent the move of his child from moving. personal experience in Florida. There is a lot of factors that can come into play with this. If you have been married, which it doesn''t seem like that''s the case because most divorce cases are fallowed by custody hearings. If I would you i would get custody agreements underway. From my experience you are allowed to take your child across state lines if you have legal and physical custody. If you don''t know what kind...

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Can my 18 year old son move out on his own legally?

A:  Wow I guess either no one has the answer or no one cares to share it with me. At 18 he can do as he wishes (and you can make him move out as well) except in a few states if he still has to graduate then it extends until graduation--see below. _______________ Alabama - 19 (Ala.Code 30-2-31;30-2-51;30-2-1) Alaska - 18 American Samoa - 14 Arizona - 18 Arkansas - 18; or if still in high school at 18, upon graduation California - 18 (CA Family Code §§ 6500 and 6501) Colorado - 19 Connecticut - Delaware - 19 District of Columbia - 18 (D.C. Stat. § 46-101) Florida - 18 Georgia - 18 Guam - 18 Hawaii - 18 Idaho - 18 Illinois - 18 Indiana - 21 Iowa - 18 Kansas - 18 Kentucky - 18 Louisiana - 18 (La. Civ. Code...

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Can i move out of state with my kids having no divorce

A:  If you have not been to court and have not been restrained, you can go whereever you wish; the country is still that free. If you have no court order stating you can''t (which I assume there is none because you haven''t gotten divorced) then you can move wherever you want. But thats not saying that she won''t find out and take you to court and try to order you back. Quote: Hello B: You now know that you can legally move........ But, as bad as she is, she''s still the childrens mother and THEY need her. Stay close because that''s what your children need. It has nothing to do with what YOU need. Your children should come first. excon...

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Legal age questions?!.?

A:  If you can legally move out at 18, then the legal age is 18. If the legal age was 17 1/2, then it would say so in the Illinois statutes. If you have your parents'' permission, you can live with another adult at any age (other than being in a sexual relationship with the adult). Many kids are now being raised by their grandparents, or aunts and uncles, etc. You have to be 18 to live with her without your parents'' permission, though. If you actually do want to move out as soon as legally possible, then get a job and start saving up your money, because you''ll need it. First you need to check with your godmother and see if she wants the responsibility. You need to finish high school, period! You will need to get a job to pay rent/etc from...

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Moving bills to me , he moved out

A:  If you're living in the place alone, you should be paying the utilities (that said, you might want to inquire with the utilities how he managed to transfer accounts into your name alone). You might want to look into renting out a room or two. "My question, can he legally move all he was previously paying under our marital agreement(nothing in writing) like this?" He *has* done it, so the question of "can" is answered. (That said, one can't really "give" something to you without your having accepted it (speaking of car). If the car you have isn't the one in your name, you're free to go get the car that is in your name.) "Is there anyting out there for relief of this situation?"...

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Problems with family over child moving out of state...--Q

A:  Originally Posted by JChu2008 My name is Joseph C. My girlfriend/fiance'' Jennifer T. has a 3yr old named Nick. *hes not mine*. Her ex-husband lost custody of Nick and she has FULL custody of Nick. He agrees that if she doesn''t try to take Nick out of the state of Kentucky that he will NOT try to fight for custody. I currently live in Florida and i''ve got a great job. She lives in KY obviously. She takes care of Nick and everything but Allan her exhubby treats her like dirt and is always making her miserable. Also her family says that if she tries to take Nick out of the state that they will rally to Allans side and get him Full Permanent

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How do I notify the court of my intended move with my son since I have remarried?

A:  When a custodial parent in a child custody proceeding requests a move-away order from the court allowing him/her to move a significant distance that would interfere with the non-custodial parent’s visitation and his/her contact with the children, this is commonly referred to as a move-away case. A move-away case is one of the most difficult cases for the family courts to hear, because the request by the custodial parent to move away with his/her children often has a negative impact on the frequent and continuous contact the children will have with the non-custodial parent. Some jurisdictions are permissive in how they rule on move-away cases, and other...