Can a non custodial parent take a child across state lines?
If there is some type of court action involving the children (divorce, custody, visitation, child support, etc.) that is in process, then it may be illegal for you to take the children out of state, even temporarily, without permission from the judge and/or consent of the other parent.
Do you have to pay child support if you have joint custody in NY?
New York State courts still require one parent to pay child support. When the parties share joint physical custody, it can be factor that the court considers when awarding child support payments, but it is certainly not a complete bar to payment of child support.
What is residential custody in NY?
In New York, physical custody is also called residential custody. Physical custody refers to being responsible for a child’s supervision and physical care. When a judge awards joint physical custody, it means the child spends equal time living with each parent.