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1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Pennsylvania on
Q: Can I file for full custody even though the father had filed for partial?

The custody order is in play as we speak I have primary custody and father has partial.

Meredith R Allie Esq.
Meredith R Allie Esq. answered on Jun 14, 2017

If you have a current custody order, which provides you with primary custody of the child/children, and Father files seeking modification you can counter that request to retain primary custody.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Pennsylvania on
Q: Can the mother's boyfriend take my child out of state without my permission

There is no custody order but the my son left with the mother's boyfriend to go to Kentucky from Pennsylvania for a few weeks I just found out about this tonight I knew nothing about this is this legal

Meredith R Allie Esq.
Meredith R Allie Esq. answered on Jun 14, 2017

Unfortunately without a custody order that provides for situations of this nature, there is not a legal issue that would prevent him from traveling with your son. If he did not have permission from Mother then that is completely different. My suggestion would be to ask for the details regarding... Read more »

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