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  1. #1
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    Question Custody Issues From Moving for Military Service

    My question involves guardianship in the State of: oregon

    So I plan on moving to the east coast to live with my family and possibly join the military. My ex-boyfriend and I both have full custody of our daughter. My question is when i move can i give full custody to my ex-boyfriend and grant legal guardianship to his mom (grandmother)? If yes, when i get done with my basic training if i do get into the service, can i come back and terminate the grandmothers right as a legal guardian and gain back custody of my daughter as a mother? I was thinking of appointing her as her temporary legal guardian because right now i am struggling financially and i cant pay for my daughters medical expenses. I am leaving her here because she's is still a month old and if she comes with me, well, financially i wont be able to support her. I was thinking that she needs to stay with her dad and his parents..at least they'll be able to help him help her. Then when i get back on my feet financially then i can come back for her. Of course, the dad won't want me to leave the state with our daughte and that is not my intention. I just want to know that if i give his mom temporary legal guadianship can i get back my rights as her mom when i do get back on my feet? and can her dad give his mom legal guardianship of my daughter without my approval while im away? im just worried that i might lose her if i go this route. please help thank you!

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    Default Re: Moving

    If you're thinking about anything other than Reserves or NG, you must relinquish custody to your ex-boyfriend. It is not meant to be a temporary change, either.

    great information here

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    Default Re: Moving

    Thank you..that was very helpful. I am thinking of my daughters best interest at heart. As a mother it breaks my heart to have to give her up to her father but hopefully someday when i get back, he will be able to let me see my child. I have to do what is best for me and get my life together in order to help my daughter.

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    Default Re: Moving

    You will absolutely be able to get visitation (at the very least) once you get back Please try not to let that worry you.

    Good luck - and thank you for both your intended service, and for putting your little girl first.

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