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What about court orders during national emergency?
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 78565053:MV80MzExMDc4Xzc4NTEyNzQwXzlBQ0M5Mzkx] A court order is there for when 2 parties are unable to negotiate logistics on their own terms. If 2 parties are in agreement to met up elsewhere for exchange despite what the court order says it’s not a big deal. If two parties are in agreement of time changes, day changes, medical care, etc., not a big deal. Violating any child support payments and taking the kids out of state without the other parent’s approval is a huge no-no and you can be held in contempt if the other parent decides prosecute. [/quote]
I’m in Ca,unfortunately.
I have 50/50 custody.
When can someone violate the state order and protect their children during a crisis like this.
Do I still have to meet in a parking lot during a nuclear Holocaust because a local court says so, or is there exemptions?
Like for example a pandemic?
Does anyone know about a federal law that gives guidance on justified willful disobedience of a state order during a national emergency.
Any idea or reference to a state/federal law would be appreciated.
Just wondering cuz this can get complicated for a many people for many a whiles
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