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If you can move out of your parents house at 17 in Georgia why would it be different if you live with a legal guardian?
When guardianship is granted the person who receives it is under order of the court. The terms of guardianship are irrevocable except by the judge who issued the order. Or if …the guardian asks to be released from responsibility. This includes the age of majority which is probably eighteen, but it could if the situation required it be longer.
Can you move out if you're 16 and live in Florida and would be moving in with another relative but the person you're living with now has legal guardianship over you?
Answer No, legal guardiansip status can only be removed by a direct order from the court that granted the original decree. Or by the guardian petitioning t…he court to be relieved of the responsibility.
If a child has lived with one parent for 17 years and then comes to live with the other parent who has legal guardianship?
funny answer.. Well.... The person who has legal guardianship is the person who has LEGAL guardianship. If the mother has custody, no matter where that child mov…es (untill their 17th or 18th birthdate dependant on the state), the mother will always have custody. The only way to change it is through the courts. * If a custodial order has not been issued by the court that stipulates otherwise, both biological parents have equal custodial rights.
What legal rights does a mother have to see her child when the child's grandmother was granted guardianship in New Jersey but both of them now live in New York?
Answer All states recognize custodial and child support orders issued from other states. A New York state court could not amend or overrule a guardianship and the… terms of such that was issued by a Pennsylvania court. The biological mother has the option of filing a petition with the circuit or superior court of the city or county in which the guardian and child reside to attempt to regain custody of said minor child. Please be advised, judges in other jurisdictions rarely grant guardianship or custodial rights to be overturned or amended. The exception would be if the original court decision is proven to have been procured by unlawful misrepresentation or interpretation on the part of any involved parties.
Can a 16-year-old living with grandparents who have not been appointed legal guardians be emancipated without the grandparents' permisson?
\nIt depends on the state. Many do not have an emancipated status. And if they do, the 16-year-old must show that they can support themselves.
How do you obtain guardianship of 17-year-old who is now living in your home because his mother's lifestyle creates an unsuitable home environment?
Answer Yes you can obtain a child that is 17 depending on how old you are. You have to have a safe decent home. You also have to have a nice j…ob with good pay to raise the child. Also you can go to the court and file a complaint that the child is being neglected by the parent and the detectives and social worker will investigate both homes. His home to prove your complaint, and your home to see if it is safe for you to get custody of him and they'll just go from there. * The interested party cannot keep the minor in their home without approval from the court. It is not for an individual to decide whether or not a juvenile should be taken from the custodial parent regardless of the circumstances. The state's department of family and children's services should be contacted and the abuse reported immediately. The person who wishes to obtain guardianship for the minor will have to file a petition in the probate court. No guardianship issues will be addressed until an investigation is completed and the results are submitted to the court for a decision on what if any action should be taken. Any adult who knowingly allows a minor to reside in their home without the minor having permission of the custodial parent or the court can be charged with criminal misdemeanors and also be subject to civil action by the custodial party.
In Arizona can a 17-year-old living in an emotionally abusive environment legally choose to live with the non custodial parent who pays child support or with a legal guardian?
Answer Not legally. The parent who was awarded custody has legal rights over a minor child until the child reaches the age of majority as define…d by state law (Arizona AOM is 18) or a court rules otherwise. However, when an older child is capable of understanding the consequences of leaving the custodial parent's home and moving in with a non custodial parent (not a friend or relative) authorities cannot force the minor to return to the custodial parent without a court order. The custodial parent would have to sue the non custodial parent in family court to have the custody order enforced and the minor returned to his or her custody or remanded to juvenile authorities. The necessity of a court order does not apply if the minor crosses state lines or moves in with an person other than the biological parent (grandparents, adult siblings, friends, significant other, etc.) A guardian can only be appointed if the parents have voluntarily relinquished their rights to the child or the court has permanently or temporarily terminated parental rights.
Not unless there was some type of fraud or duress involved and the matter would need to be addressed by the court.
Can a person who has guardianship of a minor from the legal parent in turn appoint guardianship to someone else without the consent of the original parent?
Answer No! I am a child of divorced parents and that can not be done. trust me i know! I am 16 years old!
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I think the first step would be to have an attorney file for legal guardianship of the minor. You will have to give a good reason as to why you want legal guardianship (for ex…ample, are the parents unfit?), or some other reason that is just as relevant. And depending on the child's age, and the reasons you are filing for guardianship, the judge may want the child to explain why he/she would prefer to live with you instead of the parents. Just keep in mind that the judge will render a decision based on what he feels is best for the child. So before you even go to court, make sure you have no 'blemishes' on your personal history. An attorney can help you to prepare a case to present to the judge which will portray you and your reasons for wanting legal guardianship of the minor in the best possible manner.
she would only be his gardian if his parent or gardian signs legal papers saying 'yes my child is under this parents care blah blah blah' and so on
If you are 17 and your legal guardians agree to let you live with a friend can you and what are the consequences?
There are many psychological and emotional issues that can arise from this situation. Those can't be predicted because that is dependent on the individuals involved and what t…he friends living situation is. However, a 17 year old can't enter into a contract (such as a lease) but can be sued for legal damages, and if the plaintiff wins can collect damages from a 17 year old even if the person has no current income; a plaintiff can collect from future income. So, think carefully before entering into any financial arrangements either verbal or written.
If the parents agree with the arrangement then that is possible. However, for the child's safety and best interest the grandparents should have the legal authority to arrange …medical treatment and address school issues. You should consult with an attorney or other legal advocate.
Check in with your lawyer. Probably the parents are the guardians if the person is an adult with developmental or mental issues.
How do you go about starting a company in which you can provide legal guardianship to persons without a legal guardian?
Highly unlikely ! Legal guardians are appointed by a court judge - not just some random company ! Additionally, legal guardians are normally family members.