My nephew has been living with my mother for the past 4 years (he is turning 5 this week). All of a sudden my SIL wants to divorce my brother, take my nephew, and move out of state. She wants to go move in with a couple that she barely knows. She'll work all day and leave the child with the woman while she is gone. She knows these people from the casino and the man has a gambling problem. She is doing this because this couple told her that she can get more money for child support from my brother if she does do this. It doesn't make any sense because my brother doesn't make enough money to make this worth her while anyway. She'll get maybe $10 a week. Mean while, my nephew has never known anything but my mother's house. He has friends and family and a whole life with her which he would not have with his mother. Also, he mother does not even speak the same language as him. Literally. Can she do this?????
Asked by Anonymous at 11:43 AM on Mar. 14, 2009 in Relationships
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Legally, I don't think that a parent can move out of state without the other parents say so. I know thats how it is where I live. But I would recommend getting a lawyer and FAST.... Before she makes this a permanent thing, and then its too late.. Good Luck
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