The biological mother and father were never married and there has been no court involvement to establish parentage, child support, visitation rights, etc.The mother will actually be moving out of state with the child.
Yes, without a court order preventing the mother from taking the child out of state, she Is not limited. If the father wants to prevent the move, he needs to establish paternity, and then file a request for orders.
Yes, she can, in that there is no court order-and no parentage determination. That said, I recommend staying civil, and not starting a court battle.
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Yes, since there is no order to prevent her to do so. As the biological father you do not have any rights until you file a Petition to Establish Parental Rights.
She can do whatever she wants until a petition to establish parentage is fiked and served. If she is leaving, and refuses to stay, you may immediately file and serve a petition and a request for order...
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