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- Q. So my divorce was finalized in December and I'm thinking about moving. What are the procedures I have to follow?
- A: Without looking at your divorce decree, usually divorce decrees say that the child or children cannot leave the residence restriction. That means that you can leave but the child or children would need to stay in the designated area. If you want to take the child or children with you, you would need to file a Motion to Modify to open a new case. You should talk to an attorney about your specific circumstances to see if this is a case you want to take to court. Generally, I would say that is a very difficult thing to do. Your facts to present to the judge would usually have to be very compelling.
- Q. can parent take property away from a their kid if it was given to them but another family member?
- A: One of the rights as a parent is to manage the property of your child up to a certain amount. That being said the answer is yes the parent can take the laptop away from him. He does own it but the parent can manage what he owns.
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