If the other parent takes or holds your child, if he has no right to do so, you can: If you want to move because you are afraid for the safety of your child (or yours), there are emergency means according to Tennessee law. You should talk to a lawyer immediately about your options. Even if you think you or your child is in danger, if you are allowed to leave your parent without a warrant, you may also be in trouble if you think you or your child is in danger. These types of scenarios are generally very factual and you need to make an informed decision based on legal advice tailored to the unique circumstances you face. I found I had a son, so I went to see with him and the mother was imprisoned and emergency scustody or temporary was exposed because they did not know who other parents were . But they found me and were waiting for the dna test, but cps agreed that we threw the visit Grandma so I did, but I took it to Disney on the ice was in good condition, it will be late when we come back, I ask you to hold for another day said, no, she said she can be the police on me tho I`m the paternal grandparent (great-grandparents , even in certain circumstances) for supervised or partially physical physical custody of activity issues no right to take or move your child away from you if your child is to be with you, if you have shared physical custody or the period of instruction ordered by the court. Although custody of children is often determined in connection with a custody decision, it is important to keep in mind that this is a completely separate legal issue. A parent who does not pay child benefit is always entitled to education and legal decision-making. With negotiations, you can come up with any type of guard and visit agreement that works for you. There`s a good chance you`ll end up with a judge in the head with a more or less generic order.
It is important to take this opportunity to develop an agreement that will allow you and your child`s father to be effective co-parents and prevent you from having to return to court until your youngest is 18.