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out of state BG Secrets Arizona 4906 posts
25th Feb '13

poof

Mrs. Tebow 2 kids; El Paso, Texas 6684 posts
25th Feb '13

Holy shit I haven't seen a BG Secrets post in a while.

speaktruth2powr 2 kids; Ontario 45118 posts
status 25th Feb '13

No, you can't take the child out of state without the mother's permission....just like she can't take the child out of the state without the father's permission.



Go to court, get custody sorted, then go on vacation.

ILOVEWINE Due April 24; 2 kids; Sweden 10814 posts
25th Feb '13

Why not just get a custody agreement? And I'm pretty sure you will have to notify her.

Bob Wehadababyitsaboy Due September 10; 2 kids; 4 angel babies; California 29988 posts
25th Feb '13
Quoting speaktruth2powr:" No, you can't take the child out of state without the mother's permission....just like she can't take ... [snip!] ... can't take the child out of the state without the father's permission. Go to court, get custody sorted, then go on vacation."

:!:

Kay Peezy Due October 29; 2 kids; Maryland 1993 posts
25th Feb '13
Quoting BG Secrets:" ok i posted this here just because of the legal issues this contains. of My SO has a child from a previous ... [snip!] ... want to tell her where we are going if we don't have to. we are in ohio if that makes a difference. And please don't quote!!"

Are you just crossing one state line? I know here we have 4 states that are all very close so it's not an issue when it comes to custody. If she's just a pain and it's only one state, I wouldn't mention it. But if you're flying across the country, that's a different story.

speaktruth2powr 2 kids; Ontario 45118 posts
status 25th Feb '13
Quoting Kay Peezy:" Are you just crossing one state line? I know here we have 4 states that are all very close so it's not ... [snip!] ... just a pain and it's only one state, I wouldn't mention it. But if you're flying across the country, that's a different story."


Please tell me you are joking.....

Kay Peezy Due October 29; 2 kids; Maryland 1993 posts
25th Feb '13
Quoting speaktruth2powr:" Please tell me you are joking....."

Does it sound like I'm joking? Not everyone lives in the very center of a state. Here, we cross state lines on a daily basis so yes, laws do vary state to state believe it or not.

BG Secrets Arizona 4906 posts
25th Feb '13
Quoting Kay Peezy:" Are you just crossing one state line? I know here we have 4 states that are all very close so it's not ... [snip!] ... just a pain and it's only one state, I wouldn't mention it. But if you're flying across the country, that's a different story."


we'd cross a few states, she's just a huge pain in the ass, and constantly finds something to b***h about, she has yet to grow up and realize what is best for her child and not just try and do everything she can to screw my SO over

BG Secrets Arizona 4906 posts
25th Feb '13
Quoting Kay Peezy:" Does it sound like I'm joking? Not everyone lives in the very center of a state. Here, we cross state lines on a daily basis so yes, laws do vary state to state believe it or not."



yea i know what you mean, we live right on the border to 3 states, so we cross into those quite often, but never really think of it as a big deal since it's never for more then minutes or a few hours

speaktruth2powr 2 kids; Ontario 45118 posts
status 25th Feb '13
Quoting BG Secrets:" we'd cross a few states, she's just a huge pain in the ass, and constantly finds something to b***h ... [snip!] ... she has yet to grow up and realize what is best for her child and not just try and do everything she can to screw my SO over"


Has your SO filed for custody and visitation? If not, she is not screwing him over.



In Ohio, the mother has sole legal and physical custody unless the father's rights are established by the courts.

Kay Peezy Due October 29; 2 kids; Maryland 1993 posts
25th Feb '13
Quoting BG Secrets:" we'd cross a few states, she's just a huge pain in the ass, and constantly finds something to b***h ... [snip!] ... she has yet to grow up and realize what is best for her child and not just try and do everything she can to screw my SO over"

Eh well that's a different story then. If you have the time, I would try and get custody sorted out now but I know how long it takes the courts. If that doesn't pan out, I would definitely mention it to her soon so she can warm up to the idea instead of springing it on her last minute.

BG Secrets Arizona 4906 posts
25th Feb '13
Quoting speaktruth2powr:" Has your SO filed for custody and visitation? If not, she is not screwing him over. In Ohio, the mother ... [snip!] ... him over. In Ohio, the mother has sole legal and physical custody unless the father's rights are established by the courts. "


yes he filed for shared parenting, since they where already pretty much doing that, and then she got all pissed at him for a bunch of stupid shit and then wouldn't agree to it in court, so the court just gave him 50% visitation time, but gave her full custody

BG Secrets Arizona 4906 posts
25th Feb '13
Quoting Kay Peezy:" Eh well that's a different story then. If you have the time, I would try and get custody sorted out now ... [snip!] ... pan out, I would definitely mention it to her soon so she can warm up to the idea instead of springing it on her last minute."


yea he's about to get a lawyer and file for joint custody, we're just waiting on our tax money to get here

speaktruth2powr 2 kids; Ontario 45118 posts
status 25th Feb '13
Quoting BG Secrets:" yes he filed for shared parenting, since they where already pretty much doing that, and then she got ... [snip!] ... stupid shit and then wouldn't agree to it in court, so the court just gave him 50% visitation time, but gave her full custody"


So, they have joint physical custody and she has sole legal custody? That doesn't make a lot of sense.



As long as it is not going into her time with the children, I would just let her know in writing as a courtesy that the child is leaving the state.