Legal Question in Family Law in Nevada

Not Married moving out of state with child

My daughter has been living on and off with her boyfriend for 7 years. They have a son that

has the fathers last name hes is 4 1/2. She has decided to move from Nevada, to Colorado to live with family, he doesn't want to move at this time. Her boyfriend has told her she can't leave the state with their son. No legal papers have every been signed or formal child support started. She has filed with the IRS as sole supporter thats about it. The Father occasionally works and they live together most of the time. Our question is can she leave the state?

Asked on 4/25/02, 11:47 am

1 Answer from Attorneys

Jeffrey Cogan Law Offices of Jeffrey A. Cogan, Chartered

Re: Not Married moving out of state with child

She has the right to move until he has established paternity. If he has the money and hires a lawyer, she will have to spend about $1,000 to defend the case, though the judge will allow her to move.

Jeffrey Cogan


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Answered on 4/25/02, 12:37 pm

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