How far can I move with joint custody in Maine?
If a move will take the child more than 60 miles away from the relocating parent’s current residence and more than 60 miles away from the non-moving parent’s home, it’s presumed to disrupt the relationship between the child and the non-relocating parent.
Can you leave the state with joint custody?
Typically, a parent can’t move a child to another county or state without prior approval from the court that issued the original custody order.
How hard is it to move out of state with joint custody?
One parent can significantly complicate a joint custody arrangement by moving out of the state in which both resides. As a result, that parent may need court approval to move. If the parents can’t agree on a solution, the court will try to determine how to modify the custody arrangement for the benefit of the child.
Can my ex stop me from moving away?
Probably – A move across town is not likely to result in an objection. However, while your ex-spouse cannot prevent you from moving, any custodial parent contemplating a long-distance move away from an involved non-custodial parent should think long and hard before making that decision.
What states have the strictest child support laws?
Historically, many states calculated child support by taking a percentage of money earned by the parent who spent less time with the child….(See the full table of state rankings at the end of this page.)RankStateAward# 1Massachusetts$1,187# 2Nevada$1,146# 3New Hampshire$1,035# 4Rhode Island$1,01413 weitere Zeilen•
Does my ex husband have to tell me where he lives?
He legally doesnt have to tell you where he lives neither do you him. Even if you take it to court you will just be wasting your time and money as they cannot make him tell you. Even if you take it to court you will just be wasting your time and money as they cannot make him tell you.
Do I have to tell my ex wife where I live?
Unless the court orders you to provide you physical address to your ex, you do not have to give it.
Can my ex leave my child with his wife?
1) As mentioned already, your current parenting plan, parenting time/custody order, or divorce decree prohibits your ex’s partner from being around the kids and/or babysitting. If that’s the case, having the ex’s girlfriend/boyfriend around the kids or babysit would be a violation of your current court order.