Can 15-year-old move in with her grandmother without legal documents if she has her single mother's permission?
Well, yeah, if Mom is the custodial parent and she gives permission for it, then you can move in with Grandmother. But, if Grandmother does not have some type of 'legal document' such as temporary guardianship, then there are going to be potential difficulties that Grandmother will face. For example--enrolling you in school, consenting to your medical care, etc.
Mormor/farmor. It depends if it´s your mothers mother or fathers mother. So mothers mother is mormor and fathers mother is farmor. There are two answers Farmor means Fathers Mother (grandmother on the fathers side) and Mormor means Mothers Mother (grandmother on the mothers side) so it depends on whom you are talking about. Read More
There are two answers Farmor means Fathers Mother (grandmother on the fathers side) and Mormor means Mothers Mother (grandmother on the mothers side) so it depends on whom you are talking about. Read More
valerie Middleton( or if u want her grandmother on her mothers side) Dorothy goldsmith. Read More
Only if you are 18 Read More
Grandmother - Fathers side - Akumu Grandmother - Mothers side - Madelyn Lee Payne Read More
About the same chance anyone has of having twins Read More
Mothers side: gammelmormor. Fathers side: gammelfarmor. Read More
neither parent can. Read More
The Danish way of saying "grandmother" is "bedstemor". But if you are referring to a mothers mum, you can say "mormor" or if you are referring to a fathers mum, you say "farmor" Read More
Bedstemor = grandmother. You can also be more specific: Mormor = Mothers mother. Farmor = Fathers mother. Read More
What are the release dates for The Mothers-In-Law - 1967 I Didn't Raise Myself to Be a Grandmother 2-5?
The Mothers-In-Law - 1967 I Didn't Raise Myself to Be a Grandmother 2-5 was released on: USA: 13 October 1968 Read More
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Can a 15 year old boy move out of his mothers house because of abuse and into his girlfriends mothers house?
Legally, only with permission of the court. Read More
The grandmother can file a petition for custody but the mother would at some point have to be notified by the court that the case was being heard. Read More
Your mother's mother would be your grandmother. Read More
Life was hard for her. She lived with her grandmother most of her life and was raped by her mothers boyfriend. Read More
Your grandmother is a cosigner on your mothers house and your mother is now deceased is your grandmother now the owner?
Signing on a note is not the same as being on the deed. She certainly has a claim on the property, particularly if she helped pay the mortgage. Read More
No. Only the court could make that decision. Read More
Its depending on wich side. The word for your mothers mother is "mormor", and the word for your fathers mother is farmor. Read More
I have an 1892 bible that belonged to my mothers great great grandmother . how much is it worth? Read More
You can say "lola", sometimes it's "nanay" but "nanay" is a term usually used for mothers. Read More
Yes as the Visa requires both signatures. Read More
No. Read More
If they own the house then yes, but depending on your age I wouldn't recommend it. Read More
He was born to, Eleanor Cowell at the Elizabeth Lund Home for Unwed Mothers in. Bundy described his grandmother as a timid and obedient wife. Ted lived with his grandparents because his mother was an alcholic so he knows what he was talking about. This is what is known about his grandmother. Read More
For getting into the bathtub without a bar of soap. Read More
If it is your mothers mother than its "Plastmormor", or "låtsasmormor", if its your fathers mother, than its "Plastfarmor", or "låtsasfarmor". Read More
its about his grandmother. is says "there she was, 5 foot 3, a picture of my mothers mother" your mothers mom is your grandmother. ♥hn that does not mean it was his grandma though it could be saying that she resembled his grandmother. i think that it was mostly likely a dear friend. you know? we should all ask Jason this himself... im almost positive he was the band member to write it Read More
Grandma = Short for Grandmother. Your mothers mother. Grammar = Spelling, punctuation. Read More
If the fathers name is not on the birth citificate can the father put it on without the mothers permission?
No, and it would require a court order. Read More
yes an optometrist can write a precription but you need your mothers permission before doing anything Read More
Can a seventeen year old visit her dad without mothers permission mother is custodial parent and forbids visitation.?
Grandfather - Fathers side - Hussein Onyango Obama Grandmother - Fathers side - Akumu Grandfather - Mothers side - Stanley Armour Dunham Grandmother - Mothers side - Madelyn Lee Payne Read More
One Day Two Mothers and two daughters went shopping for shoes Their shopping spree was a success each bought a pair of shoes and all together they ahd three pairs How is this possible?
It was a grandmother, mother, and daughter. The mother is a mother (of the daughter) and a daughter (of the grandmother), therefore making 2 mothers and 2 daughters, but only 3 pairs of shoes. Read More
"Relationship to you" means who are they to you, or how do they fit in to your family circle. be they your paternal aunt,(fathers sister) maternal aunt (mothers sister) maternal grandmother (mothers mother) paternal grandfather (fathers father). and so forth. Read More
Gaia is the great grandmother of Artemis. Rhea and Phoibe are the daughters of Gaia and mothers of Zeus and Leto, who are the parents of Artemis. Read More
Single father? No see link below Read More
Only with their permission. The custody order have to be changed in the court it was issued. Read More
Bestemor -> Grandmother Bestefar -> Grandfather Also: On the mothers side: mormor -> Grandmother (mothermother) morfar -> Grandfather (motherfather) On the fathers side: farmor -> Grandmother (fathermother) farfar -> Grandfather (fatherfather) Read More
Can a 14 year old go live with her aunt because she doesn't want to live home even without her mothers permission?
Not normally you have to be 18 or older to leave home without your parent/parents permission. Read More
If she has her parents' permission. Until she reaches the age of majority, she is the responsibility of her parents. She can either seek emancipation or permission to marry. Read More
Yes, because it is unauthorized act of taking away somebody. Read More
George Washington signed the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and your mothers reproductive organ (A.K.A Uterus) Read More
Two mothers and two daughters bake a cake wothout any help from each other only 3 cakes are baked Why?
A grandmother, a mother, and a daughter with no children. Read More
His parents were Barack H. Obama, Sr., and Stanley Ann Dunham Obama, who went by Ann. His grandparents were: Grandfather - Fathers side - Hussein Onyango Obama Grandmother - Fathers side - Akumu Grandfather - Mothers side - Stanley Armour Dunham Grandmother - Mothers side - Madelyn Lee Payne Read More
If you have parental permission. Until you are an adult, 18 or older in most places, your parents are responsible for you. That includes determining where you live. Read More
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Can a grandparent take their grandchild out of state with only the mothers permission even she shares joint custody with the child's father?
No. The father must be informed and given the opportunity to object. Read More
You can move out if your parents house whenever you please but you have to have their permission and somewhere to go. Unless you are 18 or over. Read More