Q: i have a child with someone in fl, in a new relationship and have a newborn. Can we move for a better job opportunity?
My first child's father we were never married or have any court plans in act I've read that if I wanted to leave I would not be violating fl law because there's no court papers for visitation! I'm with my fiancée now and we have a newborn and getting married soon and we have better job opportunities in another state
A: Based on your post, it appears that you will be able to move as the father of your first child has no rights to the child. However, please be aware that in the event he files a paternity action within 6 months of your move, you may be required to return the child to Florida.
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