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  • Child support from Canada to Texas?

    What if the biological father has signed custody (the mother signed over her rights); he then moves to Canada the child goes to visit her mother in Texas and her mother keeps her and is now sewing the dad for custody. Does she have any rights to do so and if so how can he fight her? The dad pays for the child's (who is 14 now) clothes,school supplies, feminine products, health insurance and anything else she requires or wants.

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    re: Child support from Canada to Texas?

    Originally posted by Ahooker View Post
    What if the biological father has signed custody (the mother signed over her rights); he then moves to Canada the child goes to visit her mother in Texas and her mother keeps her and is now sewing the dad for custody. Does she have any rights to do so and if so how can he fight her? The dad pays for the childs clothes,school supplies, feminine products, health insurance and anything else she requires or wants.
    If the child is now in Texas with the mother, yes, she can file suit there for custody of the child. Parents are obligated to support their children -- no matter where they live.

    Did a court sanction the custody agreement between the parties or was that an informal agreement.

    "Ahooker" there is too little information here. Are you one of the parties? How much firsthand information do you have of any court orders and the agreement between the parties?

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      re: Child support from Canada to Texas?

      I wish to inform you that if mother has signed her rights then a court order terminating paternal rights is required. If such an order is obtained then mother cannot claim any rights. Further if child has gone for holiday to mother then father can file for parental kidnapping by mother because mother has kept the child beyond what has been allowed or consented.

      AFF

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        re: Child support from Canada to Texas?

        He does support his child; he gives her whatever she needs and doesn't need, he even provides her with health insurance. Yes the custody agreement was court sanctioned; she gave up her rights without even a second thought and now she has taken her and is sewing him.

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          re: Child support from Canada to Texas?

          Thank you

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            Re: Child support from Canada to Texas?

            A termination of parental rights is the actual severance of the parent-child relationship. Moreover, it is against the law in Canada for a parent to abduct their child. International child abduction occurs when a parent or other person with lawful care of charge of a child removes that child from Canada, or retains that child outside Canada, without either the legal authority or permission of a parent who has full or joint custody rights. If you have a Canadian custody order, it may help you in the other country. Canadian courts awards custody in the best interest of the child. You may ask a court in the other country to enforce your Canadian order.
            So, under these circumstances it’s better to consult an attorney as soon as possible.

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              Re: Child support from Canada to Texas?

              Originally posted by Ahooker View Post
              He does support his child; he gives her whatever she needs and doesn't need, he even provides her with health insurance. Yes the custody agreement was court sanctioned; she gave up her rights without even a second thought and now she has taken her and is sewing him.
              Hopefully she is suing him and notw 'sewing' him for that would hurt.

              Was the rights a termination of parental rights or surrendering of custody? That makes a big legal difference. The age of the child is important, too. In your post you mentioned the father providing 'feminine" hygiene products that implies she is at least a teen.

              You failed to mention your relationship to the case nor that you have firsthand knowledge of the language of the court order. That is essential in order for anyone to give any advice that is meaningful whatsoever.

              One can always hear what they want to hear. But that does not mean the advice is relevant or accurate.

              FYI, despite being signatory to the Hague Convention, Canada does not honor US custody decrees. It just may be reciprocal.

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