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My Ex has custody of our children we share joint legal she let and signed out my 16 year old son without talking to me till the deed was done. Can she do this?
Could you please clarify what she "let and signed out....and what was done without your consent"?

What state are you in?

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Reply to LawNinvest's Post: All she told me was that she signed him out because he was to far behind to finish. State of Nevada.She let him drop out and she singed I think.
Sign him out for what?

Does she have primary custody?

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Reply to LawNinvest's Post: She let him drop out of School without my consent.
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Yes she has physical custody
Thank you for your reply.

In Nevada a joint legal custody arrangement means that both parents have an equal say in major decisions about medical treatment, education, or religious training. So to answer your question, she violated the joint custody arrangement (unless your custody orders say otherwise). The decision should have been mutual and not one sided.

You can enforce violation of the court orders by filing a motion for contempt. She will be given an opportunity to provide good cause for doing what she did and the judge has the discretion to sanction her. The judge can also order that she re-enroll him. You also have the opportunity to file for a modification of the current custody orders to see whether changes should be done in terms of custody or decision making authority.





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