I am divorced mother of two kids. we have order not to remove the kids from the state of california. My Ex and I are from Bangladesh. He has already permanently moved there . He has given his consent to remove kids from California & move to Bangladesh if we want to. I have to attend funeral of my Grand Father in my home country Bangladesh. I need court date ASAP to take permission to go to my home country with my kids. Please tell me the procedure to take urgent court date.
Instead of your approach I recommend (a) a lawyer's review of your Court orders and (b) the preparation, signing, and filing of a stipulated order to allow what you wish. Your husband's signature by fax should be allowed. The Family Law Facilitator at your Courthouse will assist you for free.
If you have consent if the father--and passports-- I agree, You don't need a court hearing.
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You should be able to take the kids so long as the order to not remove is only for the benefit of the father. You should ensure there is no problem, though, by getting a written affidavit granting such permission, or whichever form of filing would be acceptable to the Court.
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I agree that you should be able to accomplish this without a court hearing. If you have an order permitting you to leave that is signed (make sure signatures are notarized if neither of you have lawyers), you should be able to take that to the clerk and have it processed by the judge. It may be worth a trip to the clerk's office to ask if your county will process it that way before you draft an order and have your signatures notarized. Good luck.
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