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I am pregnant and want to move out of state. when the baby is born is that kidnapping?

A:  Why not leave now and avoid the rush. You're not guilty of anything even after the child is born unless the father gets a court order. Problem is, he has to prove paternity. To do that he needs a court order to compel you to do so. Unless this guy is abusive, a drunk, deadbeat or druggie he should have the chance to see his child and try and becomepart of the child's life. You can move after the birth but if he files for custody before you do, the complications get worse. Best thing I can suggest is file for custody as soon as you can. See a good lawyer and he can advise you....

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Should I leave my husband and moved out of state?

A:  I think I might be able to give you some suggestions that MAY help you. We got married in 2-10-2001. My Mom lives with us, so I have some experience on this subject. We both love her. She is 76. Your MIL is really young - not old. In some areas, she is not considered a senior citizen yet. Your MIL is not entitled to unemployment unless she was let go from a job that was not her fault (at least in my state of California. My Mom joined the Senior Citizens Center in our area. It is free. They pick her up and drop her off (by bus ride which is free). They feed her (which is free). They have lecturers and they have health clinic days. They also give away food to the less advantaged. They have activities and movies and trips. She went from watching TV all day to actually having friends and...

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CAN I MOVE OUT OF OUR HOUSE IF I''M ALREADY OF THE LEGAL AGE CONSENT WITHOUT A PARENTS CONSENT???????

A:  No the age of consent, which typically describes the age at which one can legally consent to sex, is different from the age of majority, which is the age one legal status as an adult. You may be able to petition the court to become and emancipated minor, which would allow you to leave your home before you reach the age of majority. The exact details depend on where you live, but there is no state when reaching the age of consent explicitly gives you the right to leave home You sound as if you are in a difficult situation. Good luck. Legal age of consent deals with sexual relations. Legal age of majority is what you''re actually asking about. The age of majority is 18 in almost all US states. You can then move out of your parents'' house and sign your own contracts at 18. You can''t move...

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Can I legally move out of state with my son, if I have sole custody, and allow visitation?

A:  He wants to be able to pick up or drop off his son when ever he wants and at his convenience. I also have tried very hard to keep things calm between us, and refrain from arguing. It is very difficult because my sons father is very controlling, has a bad temper, and uses curse words constantly when speaking to me and in front of our son. My son has a decent relationship with his father, except that he complains of being afraid of him often, and he is also picking up the negative attitude his dad has. Often his father works long hours during the week and on weekends. His dad smokes cigarettes and marijuana in his home, so I am concerned for my sons health. My son also frequently complains that he has no friends in his school. And his dad's family does'nt make any effort to be a part...

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Granted Temporary Custody As A Result of resraing order on my daughters father do i still need permission to move out of state?

A:  Because the courts have been involved, you will need court permission to move out of their jurisdiction. Once granted, the restraining order are useless in another state so you'll have to take the orders, all of them and have the new state issue similar orders. From what you have posted, I don't see any problems, just a lot of paperwork...

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Am I able to collect unemployment if my job is relocated out of state and I can''t relocate?

A:  You need to check with the state of Nevada, but this type of termination is usually covered under unemployment compensation. Most states have laws that dictate that people who are terminated because the company changed locations, and the employee refuses to relocate, can qualify for unemployment. Just as the company can''t be forced to keep you, they can''t force you to stay on involuntarily when they move the company. I do not know about Nevada, but I work for a global company, based in Virginia, that has positions all over the world. If my position here in Korea was to be eliminated, and they asked me to move to a position in the US or another country, and I refused, they would have no choice but to terminate me. Now I would qualify for unemployment compensation...

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How to find out if I still have a florida drivers license after moving out of state?

A:  If its been 6 years your florida license is not ''still good'' you will need to get a new one, it will have been considered ''surrendered'' to iowa...

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Can I move out of state with pending assault charges against me?

A:  As long as you don''t have a pending warrant or bail conditions you can go to Arizona. Charges haven''t even been filed and they may not be. You''re not obligated to put your life on hold while the DA decides to file. It would be a good idea to let whoever is investigating the case (i.e. DA Investigator or Sheriff''s detective) know your new address so they can contact you if they do file. If this is filed as a misdemeanor, then yes an attorney can appear on your behalf. However, if its a felony charge, you have to appear in person. If you are found guilty, jail time, of course, would have to be served in California. Informal probation can be served in Arizona. Formal probation would require some coordination but could also be done. Yes you can, but you would have to add fugitive from...

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Custodial mom moves out of state, and grandmother has my dau

A:  As the mother no longer has custody, with your child in the custody of a 3rd person, I would file for primary custody; consult with local counsel. If you wait the year, she can claim the new state has jurisdiction, as that's where the child has resided for the previous 6 months. In this case, if it were me, I'd be filing and emergency hearing for temporary custody with a request for full custody, since mother moved out of the state. Especially if the courts and yourself did not give her permission to move and she moved the child away from you. If I read you correctly Mom left the state but has custody-she parked the kid with grandmother who is instate. Mom may be able to entrust kid to just about anyone. I do NOT know TX...

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I will be 17 soon, can I move out of my house when i turn 17 in Georgia?

A:  Hey there that sounds like my girlfriends mom. What state did you say you was in, LOL. Well About the only way is to be emancipated I know it sucks. well put what state you in it helps with replies. Good luck I am really trying to move out at 17 because i have had mental, physical, and emotional problems living with my mother... I am 15 (turning 16 soon)and i am trying to find a solution to my problem early in case i have to start another game plan. It is just me and my mother in this house. Earlier this year i had contacted my counseler so i could talk to a social worker about the problems going on so i could either leave or find help for the both of us to get along. The social worker didnt'' believe me because i accidently gave her the wrong info regarding where my mother hit me and from...