Can father get sole custody of an eighteen year old when mother has sole legal and physical custody?

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The 18 year old is considered an adult. Nobody can have physical or legal custody of her.
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What are your options if you have sole physical and legal custody but your 15-year-old daughter refuses to come home after a weekend with her father?

Answer . I've personally been there done that and have the T Shirt. Let her stay, as long as he's a good parent. You'll get her back one day.\n. \nCA Family Law Code\n.

How can you get joint custody or physical custody when mother has sole custody of child?

There is a difference between physical and legal custody. The court can award joint legal custody to the parents and determine that one parent will have physical custody. I

Where does a single mother get sole legal and physical custody of child?

If there are no existing court orders the mother already has legal custody. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states u
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If a mother has sole physical custody but the father shares joint legal custody what are his rights?

The mother has primary residential custody. However, the father has visitation rights which are likely set forth in a visitation schedule and he has the right to be included i
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Does mother have sole legal custody of the child if father does not sign birth certificate?

No. The mother does not have sole custody if nothing is filed in court! Please be careful thinking of that. Whether on the birth certificate or not, custody has been establ
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How can you get sole custody of your 15 year old daughter when the mother has sole costdy?

You must file a petition for modification of the custody order in the court that has jurisdiction over the case. You must provide compelling evidence regarding why the court s