You live with your dad and step mother you want to live with your mom you all live in Florida niether of them have custody settled in court can you move with her?
yes because no one have custody.
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How can you live with your mother in Kansas when your dad has sole custody and you are living in California?
Answer . \nConvince your parents that it is in your best interest, so that they can get the court order changed. The court may not want to agree.
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\n. \nTYPE IN: What age is a minor in Pennsylvania\n. \nIf you are no longer a minor in that State then you can come and go as you please and don't require either parent's permission.\n. \nMarcy. Answer . \nThe 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.\n. \nIt 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. (MORE)
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 get 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 b…e 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. (MORE)
What can you do if you live with your uncle and want to move back in with your mom and she still has custody of you?
Answer . \nThe minor may leave the relative's home and return to the residence of the mother whenever she so chooses. This however would not apply if the uncle has temporary or permanent legal guardianship of the minor or some other form of custodial order has been issued by a court.
If you dont want to live with your mom can you legally move in with your dad and then if he agrees move to a friend's?
Answer . \nIt depends upon the custodial order.\n. \nA minor cannot legally leave the residence of the primary custodial parent unless the other parent shares equal joint physical custody.\n. \nEven so, the move generally must be an equitable agreement.\n. \nA parent giving permission for a m…inor to leave the custodial residence must also inform the non custodial parent of the move to allow said parent to voice an objection and/or file a formal petition of opposition in the appropriate court. (MORE)
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 . \nNo, minors are not allowed to choose with whom they wish to live.\n. \nIf there is a custodial order then the minor must abide by it or suffer the consequences.\n. \nThere is an exception in the laws of the State of Wisconsin that allows a minor who is at least 16 to use self-help e…mancipation.\n. \nWhich 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. (MORE)
How can you move in with your dad if you are 13 and he lives in Glasgow with his wife and stepson and you live in Middlesbrough with your mother and she doesn't want you to move?
Answer . Call your dad and tell him that you really want to be with him, tell him why then talk to your mom. Tell her that you love her and you will either just be visiting him or no matter what if you do move in with your dad, tell your mother that you will visit her.. Answer . You didn't gi…ve a reason for wanting to move in with your father. If you mother is setting down rules you don't care for (that's love on your mother's part) or, perhaps she's never home and you're lonely. Whatever it is, take this slow and easy. If your father wanted you to live with him I would think you would be or at least have visited him. He now has a new wife and step-son and moving in with them may set their lives upside down as well. The best thing to do is sit down with your mom and ask if you can call your father and discuss it with him and at least go for a visit to see if you would really like living with his wife and step-son. Sometimes things aren't what they seem.. Remember, no matter how tough things are your mother sounds like she really loves you. You owe it to her to sit down and talk things over. You can be a boy or a man about this! Your choice!. Good luck!. scotland? . I believe it depends on your age. The real question is: does your dad want you to come to Scotland? (MORE)
How do you get a 15 year old who Dad has physical custody of but actually resides with Mom and step dad who she says hits her to get to live in your home?
Answer . file for sole custody and file for child abuse and you will have possibly sole custody of thew child
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 custody removed from one parent to another. In the case of a child being abused, the Court's first priority would be to remove the mino…r 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. (MORE)
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 thecourt to modify the custody arrangment. They may or may not do so. However, it's weird that you want to move in with your dad if youdon't like your stepmom. If you have some notion that you can movein with your dad, and get him to div…orce your stepmom, and then getyour mom and dad back together ... stop getting your ideas from badDisney movies. (MORE)
If you are 15-years-old and you live with your mom who has custody but you want to live with your dad can you become emancipated?
You could still live with your mom and your dad, but you need to leave when your 18 by yourself. But if you don't want to you could stay with your dad... if your mom lets you. That's what I think. Your mom can give consent and you don't have to go through a process, but yes you can emancipat…e at 15. Or wait it out until you're 18. if there's something serious going on just tell your father, too, and he can bring it up in court and get custody. What you're talking about is not emancipation. It's a change of custody. Dad would have to petition the court for custody. (MORE)
You and your girlfriend are both 16 she lives in an abusive household where her step sisters step mom and dad all beat her you want to get her out and you have a place for you both to live?
I'm sorry, but frankly I don't think you can live together just yet. What you CAN do is get help for your girlfriend. Call the police, or take her to a women's shelter. (I'd suggest taking her to the women's shelter first.) They'll take care of her, and she'll be out of that abusive household. If… all else fails, call a local church and ask for advice. Remember, the important thing is getting her out of there. You can worry about your future later. (MORE)
You are 16 and live with your step-mom dad step sister and you are miserable but your aunt says she will let you move in with her. When im 17 can you legally decide you want to live with your aunt?
You can "legally decide" it any time you like. You can't actuallydo it until you're 18 without going to court and having your auntappointed your legal guardian, though. UNLESS your dad is okay with it. If so, then no one's likely tocomplain; it's normal enough for children to go to visit familymemb…ers for extended periods of time. (MORE)
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.
It's not really up to you. People (your parents, the court) may askyou for your opinion, but if you really can't decide, then justleave it up to them and trust they'll make the decision that's bestfor you in the long run.
My daughter was adopted by my mom and step dad and now she wants to live with me. At what age can she choose to live with me in Arizona?
If she is legally adopted, her 'parents' have custody of her, and as minor, she may not live with you, if she doesn't have constent of her legal caregivers. If she lives with you before she's at least sixteen, you can be arrested for kidnapping, child abuse, and endangering a child's life. Since you… live in Arizona, the cut off is 16 instead of 18, but until then, she is considered a minor in the eyes of the law, and is thought of a personal property of her parents. (MORE)
I am almost 15 I want to move in with my grandmother who loves me and wants to take care of me My mother and step-dad don't treat me right How old do I have to be to go live with my grandmother?
If you are being mistreated by your mother and step father you can take it up with child welfare especial y if you have a grandmother who is willing to accept responsibility for you. however make sure that you treat this situation seriously and truthfully because whatever action you chose to take th…ere are always consequences. (MORE)
Can i choose which parent i want to live with My parents are fighting over me do i have a say where i live im 17 and pregnant and i want to live with my dad in Florida and mom won't let me go?
Technically you have to comply with whatever custody arrangement there is until you are age 18. At age 18, you are free to do as you please--but you may still be financially dependent on your parents, which will limit your options. If you are close to age 18, and your dad will pay for your transp…ortation (if you can't pay for it yourself), then you can probably just go to your dad's house. The police and other agencies will be less interested in a 17-year-old close to age 18 than someone who just turned 18. If you do that, keep your mom posted about where you are and what you are doing. You could also become an "emancipated minor" if you can get a court to do that. That is like a "divorce" from your parents so they don't have a say over your decisions any more. In the meantime, keep your baby in mind: try to minimize your stress level, eat well, sleep enough, be sure to see the doctor and take prenatal vitamins, and don't travel in your third trimester.. yeahh this person is right. you need to go where you think will be best for the baby. life is really hard when it comes to this... but do what you think is best (MORE)
You are seventeen years old and your mom lost custody of you and you live with your uncle because he has custody of you and want to move back in with your mother what do you do?
Go get help from Social Services and tell them that you want to be back with your mum. There may be a good reason why you were put with your uncle so you would need to find out this but anyway when you reach 18 you can do what you like.
I am 17 years old in the state of Oklahoma my mother has died and my dad is going to prison. do i have to live with my step mom or can i live with my boyfriends parents?
u can live with ur step mom. bcoz in ur life the instances might make u feel like ur alone and ur boy friend or his parents are good to u but in not all cases does this continue .. so make sure u are in a good place and u r just 17 years old and u have much more life to be enjoyed and in intere…st of u or the other ur step mom takes care more of u so be with her. (MORE)
I am 16 and pregnant. i live with my dad in Ohio and want to move with my mom to Michigan. Neither of my parents have a clue that i am pregnant. i dont want to go to court over this. what should i do?
Let's chat about this in a different setting. I am a mother of a seventeen year old girl. I can give you my perspective as a parent and a once young mother..., but I think you might reconsider whether you really want to express your feelings on such an open forum... Also, there are so many factors t…hat would shade advice in this case... why are you with Dad now? Why do you want to move with mom? Would you have wanted to go with mom if you weren't pregnant? Does the baby's father know you're expecting? How far along are you? How do you know for sure you are expecting? See I have lots of questions... email me at email@example.com if you want to talk about it with somebody. I'm here and I do care about you even though we haven't met. My heart has always been tender in the area of teen pregnancy... (MORE)
The father have to petition for custody. The judge may or may not hear what the 14yo wants and he is not obligated to follow the child's wishes.
Son is 12 almost 13 and wants to live with his dad Both parents live in Oklahoma mom has primary custody but they have shared parenting?
the mom should just let him go since he's already old enough to see that he wants to live with his dad and he's been with her for so long.
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 si…tuation 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. (MORE)
In Great Britain; when you turn 16 you can legally move out of your mums and go live with your dad and no one can stop you unless people can prove that your not going to be in a safe environment there. In the US; No, you are not allowed to decide where to live until you are 18yo. Up until then it… is up to your parents to decide. (MORE)
If a son wants to live with his dad but the mom has full custody on him will the mom still be financially responsible for him?
It depends on the circumstances. Certainly, if the son goes to the dad's household, she may be liable for child support--but that is a decision to be made by the receiving parent and maybe a visit to court.
NO ThERE iS NO lEGAl WAY. bUT ThE bEST WAY iS TO TAlk TO YOUR PARENTS AND iF ThAT dOESNT WORK.. TAlK TO A SCHOOL COUNSlER ABOUT iT.
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 want 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.
My mom has half custody of me and my dad does too is it MY choice to move in with my dad even though I've lived with my mom since they've divorced and what happens if my mom says no?
\n. \nWell, if your parents go to court about custody, I think the judge might ask who you prefer, but the judge usually picks.
No, not without modification of the court orders regarding custody. Your parents must adhere to the custody order issued by the court. In order for you to live with your father, your parents must return to court to have the custody order modified. Perhaps you and your parents could work out a new… visitation schedule together so you can spend more time with your father. It may be easier to get more visitation with dad rather than a change in physical custody. Try talking to your mom about it a some time when things are going smoothly. Tell her how you feel and why and give her the chance to explain her perspective on both a new visitation schedule and the possibility of your living with your father. If she isn't agreeable to the change in custody or a new visitation schedule then your father would need to take her to court to try to get the court to issue a new order. (MORE)
Im 16 and live in Pennsylvania with my aunt who has custody of me but i want to move with my dad in Louisiana but hes not my biological dad?
Hi. Im 16 and I was adopted by my aunt, who is my real moms sister, and my uncle when i was a baby. (I call them mom and dad) Since then they have gotten divorced and I now live with my mom(aunt), brother(cousin), and stepdad in PA.. I grew up in Louisiana with my aunt and uncle (not stepdad) my wh…ole life until i was about 11, which is when they divorced. My aunt got married last year to a man in the military and he got transferred to PA right after they got married.. Before we moved my uncle took my aunt to court because he wanted me and my brother to live with him, but right before court my aunt went and took my uncles name off of the adoption papers, and told them that he was not in my life, which was not true AT ALL. Since she did this without telling anyone, he could not get me to stay with him.. Now I am 16 and I want to move with him, but my aunt won't let me. I have my own room at his house in Louisiana, and he's stable and wants me to live with him too.. My aunt and I always get into fights and she tells me that she doesnt love me and never will, and that im not her real kid. My aunt and stepdad both dont want me here, yet they wont let me go. They always tell me that when i leave it will be the happiest day of their lives. My uncle (dad) is like my bestfriend, but also a father. Hes always there for me and supports me, and wants me to live with him, but he doesnt know how to make it happen because he is no longer on the list for guardianship.. I was wondering if someone could help me and tell me how to do this? Does anyone know the court rules about any of this? And how old do I have to be to leave PA and move to LA with my dad (uncle) who is no longer related to me by marriage, but was there for me my whole life? Pleaseeee help me!. I would continue to go to school and have a nice, loving home, instead of the hectic, unloving one i live in now. (MORE)
Can a 17 yr old take her mother to court so that she can continue living with her dad.. even though her mother has full custody?
This has been done, however custody hearings tend to take time. If you are 17, you will proably be a legal adult before the custody hearing process has been completed rendering the whole process moot.
In Georgia if you are seventeen and have been living with your dad and step mom since you were almost 14 can you legally move out and go live with your mom?
The decision is not yours to make. If your custody was decided by the court, then a motion/petition would have to be presented to the court requesting a change. At your age the judge may place significant weight on your input, but, for reasons perhaps unknown to you, the court decided which parent w…ould best serve your guardianship. (MORE)
If you are 16 years old and the court has given the entire custody to your mother who is living in Michigan, the father who lives in Florida can not take you there unless he has the permission of the court to do so.
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 custody, 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. (MORE)
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 th…e birth father, like abuse, the chances of full custody are nil. (MORE)
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. Add…ed: 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: (MORE)
Kid living w unwed father that never signed birth certificate or went to court w mom for custody so can the mother assume custody of child meaning take the kid back wo fathers consent when she wants?
Yes. There is no legal relationship between the child and the man with whom the child is living.
My son is 17 and wants to live here with you but his dad that lives in Alabama has custody and refuses to let him move here. What can we do?
Only Indiana and Texas has laws setting out a specific age at which a child can make a choice the court is required to abide by, and even than there are some limitations. With those states, it is age 14. In all other states, the general rule of thumb is that a 12 year old can express and opinion…, however the judge is under not legal obligation to consider, or even hear it. In either case, a motion to the court must be filed for a determination to be made. However, the child should be informed that there are alternatives to choosing to live with just one parent. The child should also be advised they can express a choice that they remain in one home and each parent can live with them for a designated period of time, than switch. This is called Bird Nest Custody . Check link below for more info. (MORE)
Childs mom wants full custody of child new wife doesnt want child in their lives dad is giving up rights to child what form is to be submitted to courts?
A motion to modify parental rights and financial responsibility, though a divorce would be better. see links
My mom and dad have custody of my four year old. I gave them custody. He has been complaining that he wants to come live with me. My mom told me not to put pressure on him or take his complaints ser?
Would you be willing to give a little more background here? Are you under the age of 18? What was the reason(s) for giving up custody in the first place? If you had any substance abuse problems or any other concerns you would want to be seeking help for those before getting your four year old back f…rom your parents. If you did not have any substance abuse or any behavior problems and you are fully able to financially, physically, emotionally care for your child I would get him back if that's what you think is best for him. Do take your son's complaints seriously. If this was your mother's wording not to "put pressure" on your son and not to take him seriously, then this is a red flag to me. Do not let your mom tell you what to do concerning your own child. Whatever is in the best interest of the child's physical, emotional and psychological well being should always be addressed and taken seriously. (MORE)
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
I am 10 years old and I live with my mom. My dad wants custody over me. I don't want that. How do I tell him that without being mean?
Just say "Dad, I love you very much. I love Mom too, and I think I would be happier living with her. I would like to spend as much time with you as possible, but I would prefer to live with Mom. Maybe when I am older I will feel differently, and if so I will say so."
What do I do if I want to move in with my boyfriend but my kids don't want to live with him They are teenagers and can go live with their dad but I feel like a bad mom?
First and foremost, a bad Mom wouldn't be asking this question. I sense that your main problem here is the idea of dumping your kids for your boyfriend. You need to get some honest answers to some questions: 1. Is Dad chomping at the bit at the prospect of taking custody? Might this arrangemen…t actually make him happier? 2. Are the kids chomping at the bit to live with Dad? Would they like the change? 3. How hard is it going to be to push the reset button if things don't work? Can you keep some bridges standing for a month or two while everyone tests the waters? If all relationships are cordial and all players are willing, then the only real obstacle is your nagging guilt. Desiring love doesn't make you a bad Mom...and you'll have to let go of them eventually, anyway. (MORE)
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.
What happens if you want to go live with your dad an make sure he can get full custody unsted of your mom but the thing is your dads in jail?
If you are a minor you are not allowed to decide where to live, it's up to the judge if your parents can't decide. And clearly you can't live with your dad if he's in prison. If your mother gives up custody you can end up with a relative or in a foster home.
I am 13 and live in Missouri My parents are getting a divorce I want to live with my mom only But my Dad has requested joint custody Is there a law saying that I choose what parent to live with?
Sorry no. I think a judge would see to what would be best for you and that would be to still have contact with both parents.
Can a 15 year old that lives in Colorado with her mom and step-dad and little sister move with there grandparents that live in Kentucky?
If she has parental permission. Without it, she has to stay wherethey want her to live.
How do you get full custody of your child who is 14 and living with her dad you have joint custody and she wants to live with her mom?
You must return to court to petition for a modification of the custody order. You should seek the advice of an attorney who specializes in custody issues.