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imfrustrated

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What is the name of your state? New York
I used to have joint custody, but now have sole custody of my 8 yr old daughter. I am planning a three day trip to canada and her father is telling me that i cannot take her out orf the country without his written consent. It is not stated in our court agreement so why would he be telling me this and is it true?
 


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motherof3

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If I am not misstaking sole custody means that you make all of the decisions about the child and he has no say so in the matter, you may have to show that you have sole custody to someone at the airport though...
 
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Lil Miss Smarty Panties

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someone correct me if i'm wrong but..

it's my understanding that if you have sole custody you don't need his permission, but you would need your court papers stating you have sole custody to cross the border.
 
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imfrustrated

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Thanks for your input. That is what i thought too. I think he is just out to give me a ard time on this just like he does on everything else.
 

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