Q: My daughter's biological father (never married no parenting plan) is refusing to let her go on a camping trip.
The leader is not wanting to get in the middle of it (cant blame him) and now want proof of custody. I have no documents saying I have 100% custody. Would showing the leader Tennessee Code Section 36-2-303 be enough or do I have to call down to the Child Support Court and ask for documentation? Thank you for your help.
A: You are correct on the statute- however, if there was a child support case, there may be an order confirming paternity and that order might also state you are the primary residential parent. If his name is not on the child's birth certificate, you might show him that also along with the statute.
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