What would you like to do?
yes because no one have custody.
7 people found this useful
Was this answer useful?
Thanks for the feedback!
What can a girl do if she is almost 17 and lives with her dad in Illinois and her mom lives in Pennsylvania and has full custody and can mother give child permission to move out of the house at 17?
Answer Please go on: www.google.com TYPE IN: What age is a minor in Pennsylvania If you are no longer a minor in that State then you can c…ome and go as you please and don't require either parent's permission. Marcy Answer The issue is problematic as the minor is not currently residing with the custodial parent. The laws of the state in which the custodial parent resides are the ones that are enforceable. Pennsylvania's legal age of majority is 21, therefore, the mother cannot give the minor permission to move from the family home unless it is agreed to by the court through an order of emancipation. It is however a simple procedure for the mother to relinquish custody to the biological father in Illinois by filing a petition in the circuit court in the PA. county of residence. Answer I see where you put that the mother can give custody to the father but the problem is that the father is the jerk and the girl wants to leave the house with the father but not go live in Pennsylvania.
Answer The courts have gone to a lot of trouble to determine who is best qualified as a parent. If you just want to live with your mother because she'd let you ge…t away with more, maybe you should be grateful that the courts decided as they did. Your father wants you to be safe, to grow up to be responsible and to learn what it takes to be an adult. Maybe that's difficult to understand as a 12 year old, and maybe you want to rebel occasionally. But it takes quite a bit for the courts to change their decision on a subject like that. Be grateful that your dad cares about you. In 10 years you'll have an entirely different perspective on the world.
Can you live with your grandparents if you were forced to move with your mom and you don't want to live with your dad in Wisconsin?
Answer No, minors are not allowed to choose with whom they wish to live. If there is a custodial order then the minor must abide by it or suffer… the consequences. There is an exception in the laws of the State of Wisconsin that allows a minor who is at least 16 to use self-help emancipation. Which means that a minor of such an age living in Wisconsin could move in with his or her grandparents and authorities would not intervene unless presented with an order of the court do so.
What if your mom hits you and she wants to move out and force you to move with her and you dont want to cause you want to live with your stepdad Is it possible to live with your step-dad?
Seek Child Advocate Agency Assistance In most States there is an age in which a minor child can request a hearing in front of a judge, and plead to have their cus…tody removed from one parent to another. In the case of a child being abused, the Court's first priority would be to remove the minor child from the abusive situation. If your stepdad can provide a safe environment, this option would most certainly be considered and likely to be approved. Contact your local Child Advocate Agency, usually found along with other Emergency listings in the front page of your local phone directory. These agencies can provide you with information on your rights, and help you to get this action started.
Your 17 living with your dad in ny you want to move out to CA to live with your mom. The family court nearby says you can just go. Is this true?
How can you move in with your dad if they live in Wisconsin and you live in illionis and you don't like the step mom and your mom doesn't want you to move?
If your father really wants you to move in, he could petition the court to modify the custody arrangment. They may or may not do so. However, it's weird that you w…ant to move in with your dad if you don't like your stepmom. If you have some notion that you can move in with your dad, and get him to divorce your stepmom, and then get your mom and dad back together ... stop getting your ideas from bad Disney movies.
If you want to live with your mom and not with your dad you just have to tell them. It will hurt them but the hurt WILL NOT last forever.
Is it a want or a need?? There may be extenuating circumstances and you need to talk to your dad about it. However, you should note that you have just a couple of years until …you are out of high school and the stability of staying where you are may be beneficial. It appears that you are in a situation where your father will not permit you to live with your mother for whatever reason he has, but that you wish to live with your mother despite this. In other words, you want to know if, legally, you can change the custodial arrangement by applying to the court in the face of opposition from your father. Since he is the custodial parent by court order, you will have to convince the court that the present custody order should be amended. There is a presumption that the order should stand unless you can show that the circumstances that resulted in your father being given sole custody have changed to the extent that the custodial arrangement should also change. The court having jurisdiction over custody will consider several factors. Chief among them is what is in the "best interests of the minor." This means that neither you, your mother or your father have final say. At your age, the court will give you an opportunity to explain your reasons. The court will give them due consideration, but will not be bound by them. Since your father has full custody, there may have been good reason why your mother was denied even joint custody as so often is the case these days. If your mother had been adjudged unfit for your custody then you probably will not be able to live with her unless her circumstances have changed to the extent that she is no longer deemed an unfit mother. For example, if she had been addicted to drugs, she will still be deemed unfit unless she proves to the court that she no longer is and is not likely to become addicted again. If she had been unable to properly support and maintain you, she would have to prove that she now is capable of doing so. It is also possible that your father's circumstances have also changed to the point where he is no longer an unfit parent even though he had been at the time of the original order. Every circumstance that affects the living conditions of the minor may be brought before the court; however not every change for the better will be enough to warrant a change in custody. An order for custody is always changeable whenever the circumstances that supported the original order have changed and if a change in the custodial arrangement is in the best interests of the minor.
well you can always go through the bad way and that's court and have like 5 or more people have your back its going to be hard...and you are going to tell them why don't you w…ant to live with that parent and why you don't like it
Tell them how you feel. Unfortunately a child below 18 is not allowed to choose for themselves.
If you are 15 and live with your mom but want to live with your dad are you leagaly allowed to move in with your dad?
No, it has to be approved by the courts. See link below
If mom and dad have joint custody and child wants to live with dad at the age of 12 do you still have to go to court?
Even if all three of you can agree that this is alright, the court should still be notified so that there is not a problem in the future. The parents would still have joint cu…stody, but if there is child support to the mother, that would have to be addressed. Going through the court would keep that from becoming an issue should things go bad as divorces often do.
Your other half wants to go for custody of his daughter She is five and has always lived with her mother and two brothers Her dad works and her mom does not Is it worth him going for custody?
This is a legal question and an attorney should be consulted, however, visitation should be attainable, but full custody of one child, removing her from the family home where …there are siblings would be doubtful. Unless there are compelling reasons for the child to be removed and custody given to the birth father, like abuse, the chances of full custody are nil.
If you would like to live with your dad then talk to your dad and mom about it Explain why you want to be living with your dad so it makes it a little bit easier for your mom …to know why. Just don't hurt her feelings and respect your mom even when it's hard, otherwise your stuck with your mom. Added: Also if your Mom has been awarded what the law calls "Primary Custody" of you your desire to live with your dad, even if your Mom mayu approve, will have to be presented to the court for the court's approval. Remember - there's a reason that your Mom was awarded the primary care of you. You cannot simply make the decision to move in with one or the other without the courts approval. See below link:
you are 16 dad has custody you want to live with your mom Okay ^^^ I want to know can I go live with my mom I am 16 and my dad has custody
What if your parents have partial custody and you live with your mom but you want to live with your dad?
Sit both of your parents down and tell them how you feel. You have no right to decide by yourself until you are 18 so this is your best chance.