Yes she can.
Can his ex take and move to another state with their daugher
All that proves is who signed the paper. It is NOT legally binding.
What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? TEXAS..
I am doing this for my Fiance. He was never married to his ex but they have a 2 year old daughter (will be turning two in february) together. When they split up she did not file for any type of custody or child support on him. They went to a notary and agreed that he would get his daughter EVERY weekend sat 6:00 until Sunday 6:00..
Okay. Legally he is not the child's father.
Well, She has not said anything to him but he ha been told by others and seen on the internet hat she is planning on moving to Arkansaw with their daughter.
It is extremely unlikely. Due to the fact that he is a legal stranger to this child. Did he sign the AOP?
He wants to see about getting full custody of their daughter although I told him that it was VERY unlikley unless he could prove her unfit..
And he did NOTHING when the child was the born to get custody then.
She failed a drug test when she was 7 months pregnant with their daughter..
He has no idea if she does drugs still or not but she lives with a older friend and he knows that the friend does drugs but not his ex or sure or not.. So I really don't think he can prove anything there...
She has no car.. But she does have a job working with her other daughters fathers dad.
You don't need a car to be a parent.
And? None of that matters with THIS child.
My fiance has a house,car, and a good job. He also has two other daughters that he gets EVERY other weekend and every wensday.
SO? That doesn't matter with this child either. Is the $100 a month court ordered?
His ex wife and him get along well and she dosnt even make him pay but $100 something in CS a MONTH because she said he was a good dad and he pays for everything when he has them and pays for their school clothes each year....
And what has he done about this child?
His ex can not afford to take their daughter to the Dr or to have her updated on her shots and has not put her back on medicaid...
So? Your fiance could have her insured on his insurance if this is his child.
My fiance has taken their daughter to the Dr twice and payed out of pocket because her mother said she was not sick.. just allergies.. But he indeed was sick.. The first time she has a caugh,runny nose,weezing and fever on and off fo 4 weeks and both my mother and his mother who are RN'S said she sounded and looked like she has broncits (however you spell it) and indeed she did....
Not necessarily. It is not just up to the mother to take the child to the doctor.
His mom said that is neglect of health care? Is it??
His ex asked last month if she coul have their daughter one weekend out of the month and they both agreed to it...
Their has been MANY times that we have kept his daughter for a week at the time because her mother was in Arkansaw this some guy and got in a wreck with no way back... and one time we kept her 4 extra days because she went to an Insane Clown Posse Concert.
So? He was being a father.
Not counting the numerous times she has asked us to keep her while she had other plans.. which we do not mind at all and if he had it his way.. he would have all his girls all the time but gotta share! :-0
Yes she can move.
So my question is.. CAN she take her to Arkansaw and move?? I hear she can since there is no custody set up...
When is your fiance going to get off his duff and do what he legally needs to do such as establish paternity, custody and support?
But will it make her look bad if she does??
He should file IN COURT to establish stuff.
Does he even have a chance of getting custody or should he just stick to setting up custody and stuff???
He needs to march down to court and file to establish paternity, support and custody.
What does he need to do to start this?? ANY INFO WOULD BE APPRECIATED... GOOD OR BAD! THANK YOU
Parents should remember 3 things: Love your kids more than you hate your ex; when you have children the relationship with the other parent is until death; your children determine what type of nursing home you end up in.
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