I filed a motion to travel internationally with my child. Court order says I can only travel with the child either when both parents agree or with a court order. The other party did not oppose the motion and mentioned in his response to my motion that he does not oppose and that it is fine for me to travel internationally with my child. There is a hearing scheduled. How can I cancel the hearing? The hearing is scheduled AFTER my intended date of travel. Would it be poor decision on my part to simply not show up at the hearing if i’m unable to get it dismissed? Or will this negatively impact my case? Thank you.
If the other parent has consent, get this in writing. Then you simply file a joint motion to dismiss the hearing because the issue is resolved.
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Get the Other side to sign a consent and file it with the court. Also keep a copy of the consent with you when you travel. In order to get the hearing canceled you should file a joint motion to vacate the hearing and that joint motion should be signed by both of you
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