Minors are not allowed to choose with whom they wish to live. Judges will sometimes speak with the minor child/children about general issues such as the school they presently attend, neighborhood, friends and so forth. The judge decides custodial issues based entirely on what is in the best interest of the child/children and not on the preference of any involved party.
The child can choose from the age of 12 and older.
what is the legal age in the state of louisiana that a child can decide which parent she wishes to reside with, and can choose to not visit the other?
The answer is that a "child", meaning a person under the age of 18, can never in the state of Washington choose with which parent they wish to live. It is purely between the parents and the courts, the child is not even consulted (verified in July 2009 in Snohomish County with a 17 year old son wishing to change his primary residence).
yep, if you are over 12 then you can choose what parent to live with
For the child to choose where to live the child have to be 18 years old.
The child can chose to live anywhere they want to live in the state of california when they turn 18
in the state of nebraska how old does the child have to be in order to choose which parent they want to live with
In the state of Washington, a child does not have the right to request to live with anyone besides the custodial parent. If there is abuse or neglect, the court will decide who the child is going to live with.
By law, a child does not choose. When you are 18, you are no longer a child, and can choose where you live.
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Only if emancipated by the courts.
Currently in the state of Wyoming the Court decides which parent you live with based on the arrangement that is in the "best interest of the child". You cannot choose until you are eighteen.
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When they are 18 they can choose.
They have to be 18.
no, but in the state of Alaska if you are 14 you can
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