I am divorced.paying child support in IL, and soon will move abroad. will live there. how can I see my child.if I will not live anymore in US.my ex wife will not negotiable person. do I have any rights for my child? me and my ex wife are not US citizen. child is.
You need to get a parenting order entered before you leave if possible. Hire a lawyer tangelo you work this out. There area lot of missing facts here like the child's age, your relationship with the child, etc
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Before you leave, sit down with an attorney who will get relevant information from you and will be able to review the judgment for dissolution to see what the current plan for parenting time is. After reviewing the facts and the judgment, the attorney can advise you as to what to file in court so that you can try and establish parenting time in the country where you will be located. You are not the first and will not be the last person to have these issues.
Assuming you have a parenting schedule, you will have to file a Motion to Modify. Call a lawyer to help you with this.
Yes you have rights if you are the father. Before you go, you need to file a motion to establish the visitation schedule. You should consult with an attorney to help you.
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