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If One parent has full custody but child wants to live with noncustodial parent?

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They recently changed the laws of custody, No one parent has full custody UNLESS they see the other parent as unstable and unfit.

If the parent you want to live with has been deemed unfit as a parent then it will have to be taken to court or you can contact certain child organizations to give you more details about how to leave your current home and return to the home of an "unfit parent"

However if one parent obtained full custody of the child and the other parent was not deemed unfit as a parent, you may still live with them because of the recent change in custody laws, stating no one parent can have full or primary custody.

(in other words, if your mom has full custody and your dad has none ((Also assuming the father hasn't been charged with being a drug addict, alcoholic, or financially unstable etc.)) you may live with the father)
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In Colorado what can a custodial parent do when a teenage child wants to live with non custodial parent?

AnswerFirst, check out the logic of the child's "want." Does it make sense to you and your ex for this to happen? Could the other parent be more appropriate for day-to-day rai

Can the noncustodial parent keap the child not return to custodial parent?

  No they can not. The key here is the "custodial parent" . You may be able to go to court. But if you keep the child and you are not the custodial parent and there is a c

If one parent has full custody of a child and that parent dies will the living parent get the child?

Yes, unless the living parent has a court order not allowing them to be with the child in that case the child would go to the next relative that is willing to take the child.
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Can a noncustodial parent take a child out of the state of Ohio to the state of Michigan and be legally granted full custody of a child without the custodial parent being notified?

No, and you would be breaking a ton of laws as you have to get custody rights first, and have the other parent either stripped of their rights or they have denounced their rig