Cost of living for a mother and son?
well i go to first lutheran, fort smith, ar and at the begging of the school year my brother and my mom go to this thing called the mother-son dane. in Jan. there is this thing called the daddy dauter dance. first lutheran has p-k-6th grade. go to www.1stlutheran.com to get more
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If she is unwilling to agree to a custody modification, a motion will need to be filed with the courts, the situation will be evaluated and the court will render a decision. H…owever, you must have compelling reasons for the court to order a change in custody. . The child will not have a choice in the matter, however he will be allowed to express an opinion in some courts. .
Answer . Generally speaking, the answer is NO.. It does depend on several factors - including where you live and the rules that govern your area.. In many places the par…ent wanting to move will have to have shown a history of maintaining the current orders (no fighting/ no breaches). They need to provide the parent staying with equal or MORE time than they are currently getting.. They will need to be responsible for all travel for the children between their parents.. It's a difficult question to comment on, but the simple answer is that if you have current joint custody orders she will need your consent to move.. Failing that she will have to apply to the court and they will most likely rule on issues like the ones listed above.
When a mother is deceased and her son was adopted by her new husband how can the son live with whomever he choses?
Having a choice of where to live is a matter of age (is the son in his late teens?), mental maturity, and the interests of the custodian in the boy's hapiness and comfort.
Father's custody? . Most chilcren of a divorce, live with their mother, although the world has changed, and some fathers have either simple or joined custody. Whatever the ar…rangement, the child is the one who suffers most, becasue he/she is unsure where his/her loyalty belongs. Whatever the situation, the greatest burden is on the child.. Having said this, assuming that you are the working parent, I would suggest that your son is better off with his mother. Never forget, that in a divorce, a child learns early on how to play the game with parents who do not get along. If the mother restricts him, I am certain that he longs to be with you.. Of course, you can ask him for his reasons. And if you feel that he needs some discipline, he should be with you. But never forget, that the court system does not look at these details unless they cause great harm to the child.. Read more about "Raising a child" in the book reference on my Bio Page.
It is typical in most states, that in the issue of custody, a child (or adolescent/minor) who is of 16 years of age or older can chose with which parental party they wish to r…eside. However, if parent with full custody wishes to hold a hearing in which he/she could present their case as to why the minor shouldn't live with the other parent. If the "mother's" living conditions are suitable for the minor, and the "mother" physical/mental health isn't in question, there should be no ruling against the move.
Im very sorry to here about this.But my advice is to tell your son to talk to her or you talk to her.If this doesn't work, then get someone close to herlike her mother or some…one to talk and explain to her. thank you, and wish you all the best, happy new year:D hope everything works out!
If she is unwilling to agree to a custody modification, a motion will need to be filed with the courts, the situation will be evaluated and the court will render a decision. H…owever, you must have compelling reasons for the court to order a change in custody.. The child will not have a choice in the matter. However, he will be allowed to express an opinion although the court is not required to fulfill the child's request..
The parents of a husband are not related to the parents of his wife. Answer There is no relationship at all as there is no blood tie with either of the mothers. If however… the mother in law was the mothers sister, then that would be the relationship i.e. sister.
run into a tough period of life
"...don't you turn back." APEX ------------------------------------------- "never give up."
Run into a tough period of time. . A mother always wants her son to grow up respectful and successful.
Yes, she can. All she has to do is press suit to have custody awarded, or convince him to give her custody.
How do you get custody of your 14 year old son in Oklahoma if he wants to live with you instead of his mother?
If she is unwilling to mediate a custody modification, than a motion will need to be filed with the courts, the situation will be evaluated and the court will render a decisio…n. However, you must have compelling reasons for the court to order a change in custody. The child will not have a choice in the matter, however he will be allowed to express an opinion in some courts. Tell him that until this is resolved by the courts, he is not to be unruly or disobey his mother. That will just cause you problems.
Who can claim your son as a dependent on your taxes when He lives with his mother you have joint custody and you pay for ninety seven percent of his costs through your child support?
Generally, the parent who contributes over fifty percent of the cost of the dependent is entitled to the deduction. Both parents can end up claiming the child, which will resu…lt in a possible edit from the IRS.
In Staffordshire Bull Terriers
Yes, this is possible, provided they are spayed/neutered to avoid inbreeding. The mother will already have a strong maternal bond with her puppy, so you do not have the proble…m of introducing them to each other. Dogs of any breed can live happily with one another - my Staffy lives with five other Dogs of different breeds happily. It is your responsibility to ensure that dog aggression does not develop; especially in the male. It is generally agreed that keeping a male and female together is best, as same sex pairs can cause tension. It is important to remember that although Staffordshire Bull Terriers are 100% loving and caring with people, they do not always get on with other Dogs so it is up to you to socialise them.
Not until he is 18. Until then his parent or guardian decides where he lives and for him to move to someone he will need their consent.