Unless the order states that the children cannot be removed from the country, state, area, etc., there is no prohibition against taking the children out of the country without the other parent's consent. It becomes a problem if the relocates the children to another country permanently.
They are at an age at which their wishes about whom to live with would be given greater weight. However, it would be just one of the factors the court would consider. You first would have to show a change in circumstances, that being the children’s desire to live with you. You then would have to...Read more »
I want the my 2 boys 9&10 to fly on a direct flight from nyc to Houston Texas where I reside . The mother said if the boys wanted to she would be on board . I offered to pay all flight cost and her gas tolls or Am track tickets from Albany to nyc . She now has changed her feelings even... Read more »
I am the custodial parent to my son, and his father is non-custodial. He unofficially takes him every friday from 7:30am until 4:30pm. (This was verbally agreed on, but not filed in our court order). His father also gets visitation on December 23rd at 6pm until December 24th at 1pm.
I made a go fund me to raise money to hire a better lawyer than the one appointed to me she saw at the go fund told me me and since then is refusing to reply to any of my emails. What caselaw is she violating
The signed and acknowledged agreement must do more than give "custody." It must specifically state that relocation is agreed upon, and to bolster its validity, the agreement should include a visitation plan for the stay-behind parent. There should also be a passport authority statement in...Read more »
My friend and her boyfriend had a child (born in SC - just over a year old) and they have since broken up due to some domestic violence issues. He was arrested for possession of drugs and a weapon and is in jail waiting a trial date. My friend has moved back home to New York but has not been able... Read more »
We have an agreement that states 3 non consecutive weeks. My ex-wife sees this as an opportunity to take 21 days as she sees fit. I have been instructed this is incorrect and am looking for further advice
Non-consecutive means not in a row. Normally that would mean 3 separate weeks, however, it can br intertpreted to allow 2 consecutive weeks, but not 3. You should consult a local attorney to go over your specific matter.
Child support was also in the document we brought to court (we agreed to terminate support) which was notarized and signed by both parties. The court could only grant the visitation and was told we would need to petition the court for the child support case since it is a different department.... Read more »
The asker should retain counsel. In the family court world, each subject area carries its own petition: visitation/custody, support, abuse, neglect, guardianship and so on. When the parties conflate custody and support in one agreement, they severely limit their ability to submit and give respect...Read more »
This is posted in the New York forum so I will answer assuming this is a New York case. If you ignore the Summons, you will lose by default and she will get whatever she is asking for and you will have no say. Talk to a lawyer.
My mother is constantly yelling at us kids. She can not support the three kids she has. My father can support me and those living with him. My mother won't even let me bring him up in a conversation without her getting angry. Please help me. He is trying everything to get me but there's... Read more »
Your father will need to file a petition with the Family Court in the county in which you live. Your father could contact the court to have them send him the petition or get a copy online at the NY courts website. The Court will give more weight to your desire to live with your father if you are a...Read more »
I was not aware I needed court permission to move. My ex was okay with the move for the first 6 months of relocation. He was the one who funded and moved our belongings, he was my reference for the new apartment, he paid the rent as part of the child support, he was 100% ok with the move. The move... Read more »
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