Staying in the family home Caring for your children Enforcing your custody and access orders Financially supporting your children Financially supporting your spouse Enforcing your support payments Dividing your property Dividing property after the death of your husband or wife Since both of you have a right to stay in your home, neither of you can sublet it, rent it, sell it or mortgage it without the others permission.This is true even if your lease is in only one of your names or if only one of you owns the home.The judge must think only about the childrens best interests when making a decision about custody.The judge will look at all information heard in court and will consider where the children are living right now.Remember, if you and Marie marry, your rights change. When a family is living together, both parents share the responsibility for their childrens upbringing, education and everyday lives.
The police can arrest him and charge him with child abduction.
This means that someone else must be present when you visit with your children.
Sometimes the parents can agree on a friend or relative who can supervise visits.
You also have the right to receive information about your childrens health, education and general situation.
You do not have a right to be part of decision-making about these things, unless you have joint custody of your children or your separation agreement or court order says that you will share in making decisions.