Can my ex stop me from moving out of state?
Stopping a Move Out of State Keep in mind that your ex has the right to file an objection to a move and even request a court hearing to change your custody arrangement. Typically, a court will only do this if a judge decides that relocating would have a severe, negative impact on a child.
Do I have to tell my ex husband where I live?
You don’t have to disclose your new address, but if you don’t, the court may not look favorably upon your decision unless there is a good reason for you to not disclose. Stay on the court’s good side.
Do I have to give my ex wife my address?
Unless the court orders you to provide you physical address to your ex, you do not have to give it.
What happens when a divorced parent moves?
When a divorced parent wants to move away with a child, one of the parents files a motion with the court for new custody orders. The moving parent might file for permission to move with the child, or the other parent might file a motion for a change of custody so that the child can stay.
Can I move my child away from his father?
Only the mother has automatic Parental Responsibility, unless she married the father at any point. Therefore, a mother may be able to take her children away if the father never married her or wasn’t on the birth certificate. However, the father could apply for a court order to prevent her from moving the children away.
How can a woman lose custody of her child?
Serious neglect is proper grounds for a mother to lose custody. There is no “perfect parent” standard in the California Family Code. A mother’s serious neglect that endangers the health, safety, education, or general welfare of the child should cause the mother to lose custody of her child.
Can a good mom lose custody?
But, sometimes, good moms lose custody. Yes. Seriously. Sometimes, it happens that, even though a mom is a good mom, she loses custody.