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Legal Question: My wife and I have decided to get a divorce. Currently, no paper work has been filed for the divorce. She is planning to move. Does the law require that I have to let my kids move with her as well? What is the law regarding kids if the divorce proceedings have not started yet? Please help.
Custody cases generally result in some type of shared authorized and actual physical custody agreement between the parents. Joint custody signifies that both mother and father with possess equal degrees of time with all the children. On the other hand, where one particular parent will be deemed unfit in fact it is not from the best interests with the children to get time achievable parent. In this type of situation, one parent might be granted custody. For more guidelines : http://www.rosenblumlawlv.com/
Posted on Aug 16, 2014
It really depends on the state that you are living. The best thing you can do now is talk to a lawyer to help you with this problem legally unless you really know what the law tells on this. But assume that you don't have any idea because your're asking here.
Posted on Dec 17, 2013
The first thing that you need to do is to go to court and file a petition for custody of your children-before anything else is done and before she does so! If you file first, you are heard first. Also, if she then leaves she will not be able to legally take them with her (if the hearing gives you custody) and you will be looked on more favoribly if you sought the relief of the court (if the hearing has not taken place before she leaves) proir to moving the children-it shows your interest in them and the system before she does anything. Hope that this helps! I would suggest that you both talk and understand that though you can not live together it doesn't mean that you both need to stop being parents. You can reach a solution that is beneficial for yourselves and the children as well-that is your jobs as parents.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
If your in the states. It depends on what state slightly, most states she would have to prove that it was more beneficial for the kids to move with her. More financially stable. Better schools. If you are considered a danger etc. If she just up and moves with the kids. Depending on your parental rights she can be charged with kidnapping as well. without knowing what state or country your in the answer to the question is not exact
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Strange question, but in this country possetion is 9 tenths of the law, unless you have a court order against you regarding the kids then the law expects you to come to an agreement between yourselves, so they don't have to live with her if they don't want to
hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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