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I'm sorry to hear about your daughter's situation. I hope I can help. If there is no custody/visitation order between your daughter/child's father and the court has not ordered that she has to get the court's permission before she leaves, she can leave the state. For the grandparents to be able to keep your daughter from leaving, they would have to enforce their rights by filing a petition with the court. If no petition is currently pending, they can not stop you from leaving.
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Your reply above says that if there is no custody/visitation order between your daughter/child's father and the court has not orderd that, "she has to get the courts permission before she can leave". Did you mean to say this and if yes, I don't understand why she would need to get their permission since their isn't an order.
Oh, no. I said "if the courts have ordered that she she has to get permission" then she can't leave. If there is no such order, she can.
Okay! There is an order to allow my grandchild to see her dads grandparents, if the order doesn't say she can't move out of state, can she relocate and just let them know where she is going before she leaves so they don't start a legal process to prevent her from going? If yes, and she moves, can they force her to return to NH. She will follow the prior court ruling to allow them to visit and call her but they would have to fly to see her..
What does the order say. Do you mean to allow the grandparents to see the child?
I don't have the order in front of me , it is with my daughter in NH. She told me it said that she can't prevent her daughter from seeing her grandparents. Thus, I assume that as long as we agree to allow them to see her whereever she relocates to, she is in compliance?
It really depends on what it says. To be safe, she needs to get permission from the Court. A relocation could be seen as prevention in the Court's eyes.
Anything else I can answer for you?
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I just talked with my daughter, she was ill on the day that the court asked her to come in to discuss her allowing her childs dads grandparents to see their grandchild. My daughter ended up letting them see her so the court never set another date for her to appear and they didn't send her any documents. Can I go with your first answer and as long as there isn't a petitiuon or custody/visitation order, she can leave the state.
If there is no order re: the grandparents seeing the child, yes, she should be fine to leave.
Thank you so much!!!!
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