We live in Virginia. This question is not addressed in our custody agreement. My son does not want his daughter flying out of state without a legal guardian with her.Answer Question
Answer by mommy_of_two388 at 7:47 PM on Dec. 16, 2010
I believe it is. If mom has custody and placement during the time of travel and the step dad has her consent I think it's ok. I know stuff like that can be frustrating and it sucks when there's nothing you can do about it.
Answer by skittles1108 at 7:48 PM on Dec. 16, 2010
Answer by Snewo at 7:51 PM on Dec. 16, 2010
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Answer by Jademom07 at 8:11 PM on Dec. 16, 2010
Answer by JLS2388 at 8:28 PM on Dec. 16, 2010
Why doesn't he want her to leave the state with out a legal guardian? Is the mother going to join them latter? Sometimes I think we make a big deal out of nothing. This child is leaving the state and I presume mom will be joining them shortly. If so, your son would look like a jealous controlling ass going to court complaining about this issue. If the mother of this child does not plan on joining them for the duration of the trip - then I think it would be considerate to the other parent to offer for the child to be with your son. The only way to really resolve this is to go back to family court. He would have to hire a lawyer and bring the matter before court. Even if it is written in the custody agreement, if the mother violated the agreement, then the only avenue he has is to go to family court. Judges do not look kindly on unnecessary drama. So he should think very carefully. Is it because this man
Answer by frogdawg at 8:36 AM on Dec. 17, 2010
is a danger to his child? How does he know? What did he see (not what he heard)? And why not report that danger to authorities? If this man is not a danger to his child, he may want to consider not having this resistant reaction. One day his wife may want to travel with their children and her step daughter. What goes around comes around. No need to start issues unless it is a true danger to the child. My son was with his grandparents out of state and has been with good friends of ours out of state as well. We gave them an insurance card in case of emergencies. We also had our contact information and a document to say that they could make emergency decisions should the need arise. If this is a huge thing - he can take them to family court again and take his chances with a judge.
Answer by frogdawg at 8:41 AM on Dec. 17, 2010
Answer by gambilldl at 11:33 AM on Dec. 17, 2010
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