New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Explains Non-Custodial Parent Not Allowing Child to Travel
As an experienced New Jersey Child Custody Attorney, I have seen instances where the non-custodial parent won’t allow the child or children to travel. In New Jersey, when one parent is the custodial parent of the child and that parent wishes to, say, travel outside of the country to see family members or simply to go on a vacation, and the other spouse refuses to allow it or refuses to obtain a passport or sign on to allow the child to get a passport, you can simply file a motion in court. If you can show good reasons why the child should be allowed to travel out of the jurisdiction of the court, that would generally be granted by the judge.
Do you have questions about a non-custodial parent not allowing a child or children to travel? If so, contact the experienced New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Brian Freeman.