Ok so i have an appointment with the Attorney general in April for child support. Im thinking becuase i have already filed and a case is open there is a temporary custody with me already. The father moved to Dallas and wants to take her there for a while. He knows about the child support but has not been subpoened yet? the court day has not been set. Im worried he might do somthin stupid and try to take her from me. I have no problem letting her go stay for a while with him, but i want to make sure he cant just take her. He also seems to think that if he has her for a while that i should have to pay him money. And he shouldnt have to pay me. Even though i am the custodial parent. help me please lol
Its not outta state. Im in pearland tx and he is in dallas tx. Bout a four hour drive. But i still wont let him take her. His mom wants to see her still. I told them they can see her more than the required visitation, i just want it on paper so he cant just run off. His mom wants to see her still before all this is settled. Im having a hard time trusting. But i dont want to open a can of sh!t with everybody. I want her to see her gma just dont want Jon runnin of to Dallas with her yet until its on paper that i am legally her gaurdian.
I would at least consult with Legal Aide, if you can't afford an attorney and the laws in your state before deciding on whether to let your daughter go out of state with him...in the midst of all that's going on Annie. It's better to play it safe for now and know any ramifications you could be facing if you do allow her to leave state with him.
Without court-appointed custody, he could legally refuse to give her back. We don't know the relationship you have with him, or how much you trust him, but it may be pretty risky.
Without a child-support order, neither of you "legally" have to pay anything to the other, regardless of who has her at the time.
OK ... So i need to hire a lawyer cuz who ever is recieving child support does not necessarily mean they have custody. So i can be recieving child support but we could have 50/50 custody? In order to get custody i have to hire a lawyer. Attorney General does not deal with that. Just deals with child support
Has he asked for her very often in the past? I think what Colleen said makes alot of sense. Better be careful, people do crazy things over money. If I were you I'd want all my ducks in a row before I'd let my daughter go out of town like that. Her well-being is most important.
He might take her to another state just to get back at you for filing a court order on him etc and never return her to you D:
i would not recommended it,
yes because u could have her full time