The military requires that a single military parent must have the other parent sign a family care plan authorizing a secondary party such as the parent of the military parents to sign the documents giving permission. The other parent that is moving does want to authorize his parents custody if he deploy since she is able to care for the child.
Can the judge required the parent that is moving to sign the documents to have military member’s parent take custody even when they have only seen the child 3 times since birth? Can the military parent assign custody to his parent even though the moving parent is fit to have custody and been taking care of the child since birth? The parent moving is fully capable of caring for the child and was note fit to care for the child by the court. But on military disability and has a SSDI case pending. But the parent moving must move because of health reason and because either parties family member lives in the state yet the military member is frequently gone due to travel. He doesn’t see child frequently maybe 4-6 times a year and must schedule those little visitations
The moving parent has another child from a past relationship that is being affect and wants to be around our family as well. Will the judge consider the other child even though the child is not of this custody dispute?
The children are also very close and have been together since birth. Will that be a factor in the judge not splitting them up?
If not granted a move away, will the judge insist the moving parent to stay in the state even though it is nearly impossible for the military member to care for the child because of his frequent absences and no family members in the state?Will it help a custody case if the military parent is not involved or have frequent visitation because of constant obligations? Moving parent will have her doctors testify on her behalf of health issues and stressing the importance of her move.
The moving parent will bring Doctors recommendation to relocate due to health concerns, documentation of great schools and city information, number of times other parent has missed visitation and been gone since the child whole life, his attempts to falsely claim no commutation from the other parent to stop the move even though it is false and the moving parent has constant emails and a journal of documentation of informing him. A family plan that notes that the military member can not regret other assignment due to being a single parent.What other documentation will help this case? Questioning his credible due to false information given to the court from a previous temp order. Moving parent has proof. What evidence will judge accept and reject.
Also proposing a plan where he would have just as much visitation as assigned now and frequent Skype and phone communication. Please keep in mind that moving parent has been found fit to continued care for child.