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So sorry to hear of this dilemma. If my answer is not clear to you, please ask me for clarification by using the reply button.The mother does not require the father's permission to travel out of state with the children to a dance competition provided the court order does not state otherwise and she travels during her parenting time
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Our family is taking a vacation to disney and going on a bahama cruise. my brothers 2 youngest want to go. Will he need her permission if it is during his parenting time
No he will not require her permission provided the trip is during his parenting time AND the court ordered does not state otherwise
does it matter that bahamas is considered out of country
No it does not provided the children have passports and the court order does not restrict travel
his parenting time starts at noon she will notrelease them till 2pm on the trip day what is the best way to handle it
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