Reading, PA asked in Child Custody for Puerto Rico

Q: Does the Puerto Rico court take an affidavit aggrement made by both parents in consideration ?

If I made notarized affidavit with children's father with him stating that he allows me to take the children to reside occompanied by me to the US with the condition that he is able to take them back to Puerto Rico for vacation for no more than one month at a time. He would also have to make travel arrangements to bring the children back and forth. Therefore would that notarized agreement be taken into consideration in a custody case ?

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Naomi Jusino
Naomi Jusino
  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Ponce, PR
  • Licensed in Puerto Rico

A: Dear Reader:

Yes, is can be considered in a custody case as a previus agreement. But if for some reason things change, the court can establish new conditions and reevaluate the custody case or visitations plan.

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