How does custody work if one parent moves out of state?
If you or the other parent currently have joint custody, but one of you must move out of state, custody generally goes to whichever parent stays in the state. The other parent can submit a separate one at the same time you do. A mediator can work with both of you to create one.
Can a mother move a child out of state without father’s consent?
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. A judge could even change custody arrangements in favor of the noncustodial parent.
Is the non custodial parent responsible for transportation?
Unless otherwise agreed between the parents, the non-custodial parent shall provide transportation for the child at the start of the scheduled parenting time and the custodial parent shall provide transportation for the child at the end of the scheduled parenting time.
What if custodial parent moves out of state child support?
If a parent who is supposed to be paying child support lives in another state than the state where the child support order was established, the Office of Child Support Enforcement or Department of Revenue, the agency can seek to have the parent's child support obligation withheld from his or her regular paycheck.