Q: Austin is having protests, I have a standing order in place. But I don’t want to possibly endanger my kids.
We are separated, divorce not final. She was served and the kids were with her at the time. Austin is in the middle of a protest. I have lawyers but they are not available to talk to. I have standing orders to not change the children’s residences...but I have no clue what that means. It says Do NOT change the residence of the children unless. A) all parties agree to writing the change B) the court order changes or C) An active court gives you exclusive rights to designate the primary residence of the children. I have not signed custody papers do I have to take them back. They have 2 places they stay. Mine and hers.
A: If there is a standing order in place then you are required to follow it. My interpretation of don’t change the children’s residence is don’t change where they live by moving unless the specified conditions have been met. It doesn’t mean that you are prohibited from following a possession and access (visitation) order that may be in place.
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