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Parental Kidnapping | When you want to take your children out of the ...

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May 3, 2016 ... back to topCan I move my children out of the state? ... The laws on parental kidnapping (also known as custodial interference) are different in ...

Can One Parent Take a Child Out of State Prior to Divorce Filing ...

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In some cases, spouses move out of state even before the divorce is finalized. ... UCCJEA restricts where a parent may move with a child during a custody battle.

Can the other parent take my child? - MassLegalHelp

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Can he do that? It is a crime for the other parent to take your child from you if you have physical custody. ... You can contact the U.S. Department of State - Office of Children's Issues for help if the ... What if I want to move out of Massachusetts?

With Joint Custody, Can a Parent Take a Child Out of State Without ...

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As a father, you obviously want the best for your children. Sometimes, this means relocating with the child, if the move would result in a better env.

Can I be arrested if I take my child out state, - Q&A - Avvo

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Jun 2, 2013 ... Can I be arrested if I take my child out state, without the fathers consent? Although we are not legally married,my child has father's last name.

What Can I Do if My Ex Left the State with Our Child? - Family Law

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What can I do if my ex violates the custody agreement by taking our child out ... especially by taking the child to another state, that parent is in violation of the law.

Taking vacations out of state without the other parent's permission ...

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I am trying to go on vacation out of state with my daughter, who I have primary physical placement, for spring ... Can I still take this trip without her permission?

taking kids out of state - Discussion on Topix

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Mar 24, 2011 ... Now is it not illegal for a parent to take a child out of state without the other .... The custodial parent can be held in contempt of court and custody ...

Illinois Legal Aid | Legally Taking a Child Out of Illinois

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If the other parent agrees, then you can take your child out of Illinois for a ... Also, it is very unlikely that the judge will let either parent move out of state if the ...

What can I do if my child is kidnapped by the other parent

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Mar 5, 2016 ... Home » Child Custody Law » Parental Kidnapping in Florida ... makes good on promises to take your children out-of-state or out of the country.

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WomensLaw.org | Parental Kidnapping

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May 3, 2016 ... I am afraid the other parent will take our children out of the state. What can I do? If the other parent takes my children out of state, can s/he be ...

Can a Custodial Parent Move a Child Out of State? | DivorceNet.com

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For example, parents can agree to share joint physical custody – meaning that both ... A custodial parent that wants to move a child out-of -state must first obtain ... the custodial parent wishes to take your child out of state against your wishes or ...

If there is no court order, can I move with my child? - MassLegalHelp

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Can I move out with my child as long as there is no custody order from a court? ... This is a time when the father of your child might take you to court. ... then a Massachusetts court can make decisions about your child even if you leave the state.