Answer: Probably, but you would need the cooperation of the other person to do so. Might not be a bad idea if you are the parent depending on child support. Just go with term insurance for the period of time when the children are minors.
Answer: This is hard to answer because there can be many variables involved. The noncustodial parent may contest the move and take the custodial parent to court to show cause. But it may not be possible for the noncustodial parent to actually prevent the move unless the move is out of state.
Answer: ANSWER: Some girls I know who are amply endowed use a sports bra, a tight fitting t shirt and one even uses a duct tape wrap on the outside of the undershirt. Just try them till you find out what works best for you.
Answer: I assume that you are asking about child custody. Generally, one parent cannot legally deprive the other parent of contact with their child. If the court is not already involved in this matter, contact the court (or an attorney who specializes in family law) for assistance.
If the court already has jurisdiction over the case through a divorce or custody action the parent who desires to move must obtain the permission of the court by seeking a modification of the custody/visitation order. The process will be much easier if the non-custodial parent consents. If they object the court will schedule a hearing and render a decision that is in the best interest of the child. A common reason for permitting the move is employment opportunuties.
Answer: It is not recommended to be driving a car the same day as one has had a buttock augmentation. One could ask a friend to drive, which means one could sit carefully in the back-seat with a pillow under the buttock to ease the pain.
Answer: Yes, unless the living parent has a court order not allowing them to be with the child in that case the child would go to the next relative that is willing to take the child.
The surviving parent will still have to go to court to have the custody awarded to him/her. After all, the court felt there was a good reason that the full custody award was rendered in the first place.
Answer: Yes, but it will delay surgery as they have to get the PCT to aprove funding for the implant ( £1000+)Get it all moving quickly, as you want the lump out. But...........seriously think long and hard about implants. I had them done and have had very bad health since. Bed ridden somedays :(
Answer: Yes, in Tennessee a child can choose which parent to live with evenif the other parent has custody. The child will have to go to courtand tell a judge they choose to live with the other parent.
Answer: No. It depends on a lot of factors. In most situations, the mother gets custody of the child. If the mother is a felon of a drug addict, the child will probably go with the father. Money is rarely taken into consideration unless the mother cannot support the child with her income.
Answer: Yes. Minors are required to obtain a passport when leaving the U.S. Both parents have to sign the application for a passport. If the noncustodial parent cannot be present when the application is made he or she must submit a notarized statement of permission. The exception is if the parent requesting the passport has sole legal custody, if that is the case he or she must present the court order of custody. All documents must be original or legal copies of the original with the embossed seal of the court and/or government agency.
In the case of 16-17 year olds, they must appear in person at the time of application with the required documentation.