answersLogoWhite

0

  • Custody
  • Children and the Law
  • Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out

At fifteen can you move in with your other parent?

User Avatar

Wiki User

βˆ™ 2006-07-25 23:29:42

Best Answer
Copy

depends on state laws and the agreement between the parents.

2006-07-25 23:29:42
This answer is:
πŸ€“
🀯
πŸ€”
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +5 pts
Q: At fifteen can you move in with your other parent?
Write your answer...
Submit

Related Questions

Can i move in with your aunt when i am fifteen in new york state without parent consent?

you cant move in with my aunt but you can move in to your aunt's with parental consent.


Can you go to live with your other parent at fifteen?

Only if your parents give consent to it.


Can a twelve year old move in with the other parent in Arizona?

Yes, a twelve year old can move in with the other parent.


Can a fifteen year old move from pa with her mom and move to ca?

umm yes. you can move anywhere in the country if your parent is with you. otherwise you need to graduate high school or get emancepated


Can a custodial parent move to a different state or country without permission from other parent if no visitation rights have been given to the noncustodial parent?

it shouldnt matter. if the parent has custidy and the other dont and there is no visitation rights then then yes the perant can move


Can a parent with primary custody move out of country without the consent of the other patent?

Generally the custodial parent needs the permission of the court to move out of state/country. The consent of the other parent will make the process easier.


Can a parent move with child and not let other parent know where they moved to?

Only with the permission of the court


Do you have to be 12 or 11 to move in with your other parent?

12 to move in with your other parent ADDED: U:nfortunately, at your age, you cannot make such a choice. The court has made the decision as to who they believe is the best parent to supervise your upbringing, support and education.


Can a custodial parent move 600 miles away without consent from courts or other parent even if in same state?

Unless you have a divorce agreement which specifically states that you cannot move to a different location without the consent of the other parent, then yes, you are free to move.


Can a 17 year old move in with her mom when her dad has costody?

It depends on the state you live in and what the laws are that govern that state. In most cases, the child can not just live with one parent, because the custody belongs to the other parent. That child can wait until the age of 18, to move-in with the other parent or that child can ask the court to move with the other parent.


In Arizona can you move out of state if you have joint custody with the other parent?

no


Can a parent move out of state with minor child even if the other parent does not live in the state?

Well, if court says your child does not have to ever see the other parent then yes. But if not then no.


Can a parent who has primary physical custody move out of state without informing the other parent who has legal custody?

no


If a teenager has already moved in with a parent how old do they have to be to decide they want to move in with the other parent?

Minors don


At 14 can you move in with the other parent?

Minors have no choice in what parent they stay or live with. This has been decided by the court.


If parents have joint custody can one parent move out state with the child without permission of the other parent?

No. They need the consent of the other parent or the court if the other parent objects. The court will review the situation and issue a ruling in the best interest of the child. One parent cannot interfere with the rights of the other parent..


Can a parent living in Pa move child out of state without the other parents consent?

no because you have to have the judge and the other parent to say yes


What would happen if a parent relocates to a different state without the consent of the other parent?

If there is a visitation order or if you were once married to whom you had a child with you can not move with out concent from a judge. You have to file the request to move and they have to notify the other parent of your request. The other parent has the right to fight you from being able to move and it is up to the judge if he or she chooses to fight you from moving. The judge will decide what is in the best interest for the child.


Can a parent take their child out of state without the other parent?

Provided there's no court restrictions, and it does not involve a move.


Can a parent with sole custody move out of the country without the consent of the other parent?

In most cases, yes. The parent with sole custody must however inform the court that issued the custodial order and the non custodial parent before the move. The non custodial parent will be given the opportunity to contest the move if he or she so chooses. In most cases a move out of country is done without the other parent knowing. If this happens there are organizations that can help you get your child back. COntact the Red Cross for information if needed.


Can a parent living in california move within the same state without consent of the other parent?

If there is joint custody of one or more children then the parent primarily raising the children does have to let the other parent know where they are moving.


If your parent moves out of New York State and you are 16 do you have to move with that parent She is the only legal parent because the other one passed away?

Assuming the parent has custody, yes.


Can you move out of state with your kids if the father has temporary custody?

No. You cannot move out of state without notifying the court. The other parent can file an injunction preventing your removing the children from the jurisdiction of the court and if youare not the parent with temporary custody then you could be arrested.No. You cannot move out of state without notifying the court. The other parent can file an injunction preventing your removing the children from the jurisdiction of the court and if you are not the parent with temporary custody then you could be arrested.No. You cannot move out of state without notifying the court. The other parent can file an injunction preventing your removing the children from the jurisdiction of the court and if you are not the parent with temporary custody then you could be arrested.No. You cannot move out of state without notifying the court. The other parent can file an injunction preventing your removing the children from the jurisdiction of the court and if you are not the parent with temporary custody then you could be arrested.


Can a fifteen year old move out if they have somewhere stable to go even though their mom says no?

No, they cannot. The parent is responsible for the child until they reach the age of majority.


If a custody hearing fails can you emancipate yourself and move in with the parent of your choice at age fifth-teen?

I assume you mean fifteen... No, you can't do that. That's not the purpose of emancipation.