Here too, we strongly recommend that you speak to a lawyer who understands domestic violence, custody and your state`s criminal laws before making a decision. A lawyer can help you gather the necessary evidence if you have to leave the state. Talk again to a state lawyer you wish to leave, who includes custody and criminal laws to determine what your state`s laws are and how they might be applied to your situation. Please click search for the lawyer. The answer to this question is very complex and may depend on many different factors. We strongly recommend that you speak to a lawyer for specific legal advice on your situation. Parental abduction laws (also known as concealment of liberty, concealment of children or parental abduction) vary from state to state. In some states, it may be against the law to remove children from the state only if it is a violation of an ongoing custody decision or active custody proceedings. In other states, the act of removing children from the state cannot be illegal unless the parent conceals the children from the other parent. Other factors may be taken into account: whether the parents are married (and are considered equal parenting rights) or, in the case of unmarried parents, if the father`s paternity is legally proven. In addition, there can be a big difference between planning a short trip a-short trip out of state or if you want to leave the state long term. If the child`s parents are divorced, the divorce decision should indicate who has custody of the child. The last judicial arrest warrant is the one to follow.
You can contact the court where the divorce was concluded to obtain a copy of the court`s last custody order. It`s been five years now that I have custody of my two children and in them five year father has moved several times and also violated the court order. At that time he moved out and is not going to tell me where he came out of his last residence since I think, late November 2013. Now I have filed at this time for full custody, is it possible that the judge will entrust me with this?? I made and followed all the rules and I made everything available to my children, I need advice. However, you are not allowed to take your child to another location to refuse the other parent`s visit. This can be considered a parental abduction, a serious offense that will violate your chances of custody if the matter goes to court. The father of my child had custody of my 15-year-old for the 2 year old ladt that I had agreed to because she was with her half-sister and cause, since she was two after the divorce she wanted to live with him. Two months ago, he packed his bags and sent them back to me. Apparently, she wanted to be with me. He didn`t give me real documents like the birth certificate, etc. Because I can`t afford a lawyer, he says he wants it back now that summer is over. I think he`s abandoning her and her, and I`m both afraid he can bring the law and take them from me.
So worried, disoriented and lost. Please someone guides me to the good advice….??? If an exit from the state would interfere with the other parent`s visit with the child or violate another length of your breach of custody, you generally run the risk of having to resort to charges of parental abduction (freedom disturbances) in addition to charges of civil confinement in the event of a violation of a custody order.