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www.womenslaw.org/laws_state_type.php?id=10738&state_code=GE&open_id=11283

Evidence of domestic violence or child ... If you do take your kids out of the state and ...

www.divorcenet.com/states/nationwide/custodial_parent_removing_child

If you have questions or find yourself in a situation where the custodial parent wishes to take your child out of state against your wishes or against a court order,  ...

info.legalzoom.com/can-one-parent-child-out-state-prior-divorce-filing-25289.html

In some cases, spouses move out of state even before the divorce is finalized. However, parents of minor children are not necessarily free to move anywhere ...

www.avvo.com/legal-answers/can-i-be-arrested-if-i-take-my-child-out-state--wi-1266688.html

When there is no custody order in place, neither party can be charged with kidnapping. There is nothing stopping either parent from moving.

www.masslegalhelp.org/domestic-violence/wdwgfh10/moving-away

Can I move out with my child as long as there is no custody order from a court? ... up on your doorstep in your new state to take your child back to Massachusetts.

www.livestrong.com/article/139438-what-is-fathers-rights-when-mother-child-move-out-state

Jun 13, 2017 ... In advance of such a move, the father is entitled to a hearing to express his position regarding the mother taking the child out of state. If the court ...

legalbeagle.com/8586046-consequences-child-out-state-permission.html

Jun 15, 2017 ... Consequences for Taking a Child Out of State Without Permission ... Doing things without the other parent's consent or knowledge can make ...

traveltips.usatoday.com/family-law-restrictions-regarding-vacation-52321.html

A typical provision prohibits taking the child out of state--and the jurisdiction of the court--without written agreement from the other parent or a specific order ...

www.lawqa.com/qa/can-mother-take-child-out-of-state-without-asking-father2

I just seen that she is thinking of moving out of state without telling my ... He should act quickly to prevent the mother from taking the child away.