Can I move with my child if there is no custody agreement?
If you have never been married to the father and there is no court order about custody, then you can move out and take your child with you. You do not need court permission to move out with your child. But the father can file a paternity case at any time, and then try to get custody and parenting time or visitation.
Can you move while going through a divorce?
Moving out of your old home is common during a divorce, and if the place you’re going is still within the county court’s jurisdiction, you should be fine. Otherwise, expect to commute back to your old town for every court date unless your ex-spouse agrees to relocate the case.Jun 9, 2020
Is Arizona a mother state 2020?
Is Arizona a Mother’s State? No, Arizona is not a Mother’s state. A judge in Arizona is not allowed to consider the gender of either parent when making a child custody order. A child born to an unmarried couple, however, does not have a legal father until paternity is established.