Davenport, FL asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Florida

Q: What could I do about my babymoms trying to take my 2 kids out of state? We have no court order but i am an active fathe

10 month old baby and 4 year old are trying to be taken out of state without my permission We have no court order but i signed both birth certificates and have been apart of my children’s life actively

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Jean Richardson
Jean Richardson
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  • North Miami, FL
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A: Why is she moving out of state, job opportunity, family support to allow her to go back to school/work? If you decide to file a court action, the prevailing standard is "best interest of the child." If she is trying to better herself through better employment or educational opportunities, the court will not likely order her to remain in FL. You are entitled to visitation/time sharing. If you are both reasonable people, you can work out the arrangements. If she is not cooperating, you should contact a local family law attorney to help you deal with the situation. Best of luck!

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