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Is it considered stealing if you are changing custody and you move all your belongings from your mother's house to your father's house?
If a 17-year-old moves out of their mother's house into their father's can the mother force them to come back and would the father be arrested?
I can well understand this custody business is very hard on you. No one likes to see their parents split up. I suggest that you get both your parents together and discuss …this. There is much more to your parent's feelings than you can ever possibly know so don't think you're mom is the bad one here and things will be better with dad. Both of your parents love you, so both should sit down with you and the three of you should discuss this problem. No, your father will not be arrested if you went to him on your own accord. It is advisable for him to let your mother know you are there and nothing terrible has happened to you and that's what it sounds like he has done. I think you have a right to hear the truth from both your parents and thus, you will see the reasoning for the fight over you. Don't judge either parent too harshly. Parents are people first, with feelings, and they hurt too. Yes they have every right to make you come back. You have no legal rights until the age of 18 in the whole of the united states no matter what state you live in the custodial parent has every right to file in court for parental kidnapping if you are do not return that them at a given time. court action is the only way to make you come back local police most of the time are unwilling to get involved. so the the answer to both question is yes she can make you come back and yes she can have him arrested. Custodial issues are usually a civil matter not a criminal one. Parental kidnapping/abduction does not apply in this case. The father would not be arrested nor face any criminal or civil charges. The mother would have to file a petition in probate court in her county of residence to have the minor returned to her custody.
How old do you have to be to switch from your mother's house in Florida if she has primary custody to your father's house in New York?
Answer If the child has not reached the state's age for emancipation, the custodial parent must agree to the change or the non-custodial parent must petitio…n the court to obtain equal or sole custody rights.
Answer Not without parental consent. If you leave home without parental consent, then Mom can report you (and I'm sure WILL report you) as a runaway, and you wil…l be picked up by the authorities and returned home. Early emancipation is not even an option in Wisconsin, because that state does not have a statue under which a minor can petition the court for early emancipation.
Can a 16-year-old move out of her mother's house in Alabama and move in with her uncle and aunt in Missouri without being considered a runaway?
Answer The age of majority is 19 in alabama, so yes your mother could cause problems especially if she knows where your going. I mean even when your 18 you …still wont have reached the age of majority but would anyone prosecute? Highly doubtfull. But at 16 you could end up in a juvenile detention center or something like that.
If you're 17 and want to move out of your aunt's house but into the custody of your mother's house or older sister but your aunt won't sign over her guardianship can you legally leave anyway?
Answer . \nNo, when a person has been awarded legal custody of a minor, only the court can terminate the order. If the guardian choses to relinquish custodial rights they m…ust petition the court for an order of release from custodial obligations. Any other adult can contest the guardianship and/or file for guardianship themselves if "just cause" can be established. A minor leaving the guardians home against the adult's wishes will be taken into custody and either returned to the guardian's residence, or remanded to a juvenile facility until a judge determines what action should be taken.
Answer South Carolina's legal age of majority is eighteen.
Live with a relative Go live with a relative. I did this when I was that old. I went to live my aunt and uncle in Calif and graduated from high school there. … * If you leave home without parental permission or being emancipated, then your parents can report you as a runaway and have you returned home. You can go live with a relative IF your parents agree to allow it.
Does a 17-year-old who moved in with his mother in Texas after being kicked out of his custodial father's house have to live with his mother until he is 18.?
I am not sure about Texas law but I know that in Michigan a 17 year old can move out without consent of their parents. Try googling "emancipation Texas" to see what pops up. I…f a 17 year old is not allowed to move out without consent of parents in Texas, emancipation is always an option. There are forms that can be found online and if you fill them out and send them in you will get a court date. If you can prove that you can take care of yourself the court will grant you legal custody of yourself even under the age of 18. I am not sure about Texas law but I know that in Michigan a 17 year old can move out without consent of their parents. Try googling "emancipation Texas" to see what pops up. If a 17 year old is not allowed to move out without consent of parents in Texas, emancipation is always an option. There are forms that can be found online and if you fill them out and send them in you will get a court date. If you can prove that you can take care of yourself the court will grant you legal custody of yourself even under the age of 18.
In Texas can a 16-year-old move out of the custodial parent's house into the non-custodial parent's house before going to court for a change of custody?
Answer No. The 16 year old must wait until the case is settled. * Legally, no, but it is highly unlikely the court would order the mi…nor to return to the custodial parent's home unless the non custodial parent was not supplying an acceptable living environment.
In Alberta what is the age you can move out of your mother's house and into your mother's ex-boyfriend's house?
Answer It would never make any sense to do this at any age. Even if the boyfriend was never in a parental role, this man was with your mother, and to some…, this makes him out of bounds. Recommend that if you decide to do what is not sensible in this case, that you wait until you are in your 20's and have some life experience. If you are under 18, doing this may create some legal difficulties for him.
How can children move from their mother's home into their father's home when the parents share joint custody?
The judge should not have a problem with the child's best interest. The father would need to file a petition for primary custody before the child could legally change residen…ts. However, in most situations the court does not interfere in living arrangements between joint custodial parents unless one parent files an objection with authorities. A secondary issue would be if a child support order is in place.If that is the case the court would need to be involved to prevent the obligated parent from being in contempt of a court order if he or she ceased to pay support because the minor child is living with them.
Answer No, not just arbitrarily. You would need to secure court consent or a court order for this, otherwise it could land your father with legal problems. If the …parents share joint custody, yes. If the mother is the primary or sole custodian then she could request the assistance of authorities to have the minor returned to her home if the minor moved against her mother's wishes.
anything is possible, considering tha Dustin's father Micheal Breding, and uncle edward Wayne Vrreeding were two of the biggest Crack heads that Saint Petersburg Florida has e…ver seen. Not to mention that their Aunt, Veronica Elliot just got out of prison for drug related armed robbery. It is an absolute miracle that these kids didnt end up on the street, but then again the apple never really falls far from the tree. God bless thir mother Adrian,. Oh, that's her real name
My father's house. The apostrophe shows that your father is in possession of the house.
Emancipation generally means that the child is self-sufficient.
Only if your mother consents.
Yes if your parents are divorced and you are over the age of 13 you can go your dads or moms anytime.