Can a mother take her children and move away from her husband in Arizona?
If both parents have full custody of the child(ren) and there is not a court order preventing the parent from removing the child(ren) from the home or state then the parent may legally take such an action. The parent cannot however, take the child(ren) out of the country w/o written, notarized permission from the absentee parent or an order from the court. If the parent who removes the child(ren) from the parental home has "just cause" the act cannot be one of consideration included in a custodial hearing.
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Answer . All he needs to do is convince the court that the mother is "unfit", meaning that she is menatally unstable, participates in dangerous or illegal behavior or is o…therwise a threat to the safety or mental health of the child.
Yes. It doesn't matter where he lives. You file for divorce wherever you live.
Mother has custody of children but they are living with father temporary can he take the child support away?
Perhaps, and probably. As with all such matters, the father or noncustodial parent must petition the courts with regard to changes to the existing order.
The question is very unclear. I am going to guess that you hold a power of attorney from your spouse, whose mental condition is altered. The spouse's children are concerned th…at you are looting the property of your spouse and converting their inheritance into your own property.. On those facts, they certainly can have your power of attorney revoked, have themselves appointed as guardians of your spouse, and sue you to make you explain what you have done with every penny of the spouse's money that you took up under the power of attorney. If it appears that you took the spouse's separate property (i.e., not marital property) and you cannot show that you spent the money on the care of the spouse, then expect to spend time in prison. Florida protects its senior citizens with as much vigor as a bear protecting its young.
The legal answer to this legal question depends on the details. If the parties are married she can try but the father can obtain a court order to stop her from removing the …children or to return them to the jurisdiction of the court. If the parents were never married that depends on whether the father has established his paternity and been granted custody rights or visitation rights. In that case the mother cannot move without the father's consent or a court order. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the birth he must establish his paternity. A paternity test can be arranged through the court and once established the father can request visitations, custody and set up a schedule of regular child support payments for the child if the child is to remain in the physical custody of the mother. Answer Yes, she can, in most cases. I would go further and say that most mothers would not do this casually--it may be for economic reasons, safety or other imperatives.
She can move away from her husband in Illinois, only after telling him or his lawyer.
How do you get away from your abusive husband and take your children with you to get support if you are an illegal alien?
As a mother your children should come first as far as safety from an abusive mate even though you are an illegal alien. There are Abused Women's Shelters in your area. Phone y…our telephone operator for the phone number. Once you have the number then call a counselor and discuss your problem. Abused Women's Shelters are there to protect women and their children. An appointment will be set up and they are well aware that it may be difficult for you to get away from your mate. Choose a time when your mate is at work and pack your bags and take the children to the Abused Women's Shelter. They will have someone else play with your children while a counselor asks you questions. Then they will eventually send you to a Transition House (no one, but the counselor knows where you are. You and your children will be taken care of. The Transition House will expect you to attend programs so you can better understand you are a victim of abuse and what your rights are and that of your children. If a court case comes up a legal counselor will accompany you to the court hearing (your children will not be included.) Eventually, once you take the programs they give you (tools to learn so you never get into another abusive relationship again); you will be helped to relocate (somewhere else for you and your children to live) and help you find a job. Even though you are an illegal alien their lawyers may find a way around your situation. The Abused Women's Shelters are a haven to protect those women who are subjected to verbal and physical abuse. For the sake of your children risk taking yourself and your children to a Woman's Abuse Center. Be very careful and delete anything on your computer that suggests you planning to leave your abusive mate as they may check out what you are doing on the Internet. Delete all!
Can the state take away children from a grandfather who has custody because their mother has passed away?
no. . y wud they?
Michael Jackson explicitly left on his will that Diana Ross would be responsible for his kids, if Katherine Jackson is found incapable of taking care of his children. Many wer…e shocked at this revelation, seeing that it would be fit to leave one of his family members responsible, instead of a close family friend. Some people accepted it and found it completely reasonable that he would choose someone as close to him as Diana Ross, someone who would have the children's interest at heart. It's also speculated that Michael Jackson made this decision because of how much Diana Ross had become a rather maternal figure to him, music-wise. It is absolutely true that Michael Jackson trusted Diana Ross and thought her a great mother to her several children. Hope that answers any and all doubt about this situation.
Well, if you are under the age of 18, you can get yourself legally emancipated which means that you are no longer under the control, at least legally, of your parent(s). As …far as I know you will have to appear before a judge to do this and present solid reasons why you should be granted emancipation from your parent(s). I believe what you would want to tell/show the court/judge any proof of abuse including any witnesses to any of the abusive behavior and perhaps how you plan on supporting yourself. If you have any trusted adults that know your situation they might be able to acts as witnesses for you. You may want your stepdad to testify as a witness for you if he was abused by your mother or witnessed her being abusive to/towards you.
Mother Teresa's husband was Our Blessed Savior, Jesus Christ.Catholic religious Sisters are said to be "married" to God. She hadhundreds of children that she cared for over th…e years, either as ateaching Sister, or later when she was taking care of the poorestof the poor. She saw Jesus in every soul in front of her and spenther life fighting against the abortion plague in which mothers killtheir own children in what should be the safest place in the world.She offered to take any child that a woman was thinking ofaborting, and raising it herself. She made this offer numeroustimes in her life. She took in abandoned children, took care ofthem and loved them as if they were her own and found them lovinghome
In most cases, no. A change in custody is usually only required when the child's health, safety, or welfare is in jeopardy. So unless the mother moved to someplace like Kabul …or northern Japan, she will retain custody.
Yes And no if you have lawyer Android your atornity says yes yu can bu if they say no you can't go And if you sneak you could go you jail
No he can not.
Can a father take away the children if mother has primary custody after divorce and moves in with boyfriend?
This is 100% up to the judge. To change the custody agreement or order requires a trip back to court. Would like to add however that moving in with the boyfrind as long a…s he is not a danger to the kids, is not something that normally changes custody. It's just moving on with life after the divorce.
In disputes the law will normally side with the mother.
It means that you have serious concerns about your custody rights. Your dream does not necessarily reflect the reality of your situation; it only expresses your thoughts and f…eelings. But it could also be a prudent warning that you should obtain legal counsel.