Can father keep kids away from mom?
1 attorney answer
If no court has awarded sole custody to a parent, either parent can retrieve his or her child from a non-parent as a parent has a greater right to the child than a non-parent. This often results in a horrible tug-of-war with the children in the middle.
I encourage the parents to each seek legal advice to get a court involved and have some "ground rules" regarding what each parent is permitted to do so the children suffer the least.
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