Q: my kids mom is trying to take my kids to Texas we both share custody of my two kids can she??
she just served me with some paper work and we're going to mediation on the 28 I don't want her to take off with my kids what can I do?
A: First of all, do you have a lawyer? If not I suggest you retain one very fast. Because if she and her attorney are able to convince the court that they should take the child to Texas than you won't be able to do much. Reach out to a local attorney to discuss your case and get legal options.
Ahsan A. Syed, PSC
Law Office of Stephanie E. Emanuel
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Joseph Torri agrees with this answer
A: She made a move away/relocation request with the court. These are some of the most challenging cases in family Court due to the consequences of the court’s order. I’m confident her attorney knows the rules, etc. You should hire an attorney for this case since you may not know the details for the analysis. If she is allowed to move, you may have to pay a high amount of child support since your custody will be minimal. Consult with a family lawyer right away, and file paperwork with the court quickly since you don’t want it being untimely.
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