At age 14, according to the laws in Georgia, a child may choose which parent to live with. There are other factors involved, health, education, etc. The issue has to be dicussed with a lawyer and a petition made to the court. If the judge agrees, then the custody agreement is amended and custody changes.
Yes. If they want to make it on their own or with Dad, to stop them from benefiting financially for "running away" to Dad's or whetever, you make them file emancipation with the court. That way you're not responsible for them anymore and Dad can't make you pay him child support.
because they had little money and their dad moved out and left them behined
Yes. A Child Called It did have a dad.
Your dad's second cousin's child is your third cousin.
well for Califonia specificly I don't know but when my parents got divorced I was told I could decide when I was 14 but if you want to move in with a parent who say no you cant for example I wanted to move in with my dad he said no so I couldn't but If lets say you want to move in with your dad and your mom says no but your dad says its ok then you still can move in with your dad. You still have to go through the court system to make it official.
Biologically a child can only have one dad.Legally a child can only have one dad.Socially a child can only have one real dad but it is acceptable for a child to also have a step dad, foster dad or other male carer while growing up provided that this male figure cares for the child and will be around on a long term basis.
idk but im from Georgia and its 14.because i picked to live with my dad when i was 14
The dad is Leon.
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.
You can not legally move out at 17. You will need to go to court to get emancipated first.
That depends on state law where you reside. Consult an attorney for more information.
Yes she knew her dad. They lived in Douglas Georgia. She is my aunt.
Dad has gone away when I was just a child
no you should never have to pay for a child that is not yours i know as i am a child with a dad overseas and my sisters have a different dad and he does not have to pay for them
Your dad's first cousins child is your second cousin. Your dad's first cousin's grand child is your second cousin, once removed.
A dad or daddy is a male who either fathered a child or is a guardian of the child. In this role, a dad is supposed to protect, care for, and provide for the health and well-being of the child. A dad should be trustworthy, reliable, honest, loving, and responsible for the child/children he fathers.
Your Dad's niece is your first cousin. Their child would be your first cousin once removed.
NO, its the child's decision, I call my mums boyfriend dad all the time.
Your dad's nephew is your first cousin, and his child would is your first cousin, once removed.
When your wife has a child or when you get married to a woman who has already had a child.
child supportYES he will have to pay child support if the child is his.even though he may want a DNA test to make sure he is the dad especially not knowing he had a child.if he was seseved with legal papers his name should be on the birth certificate or some kindof informatin saying he is the legal dad. GOOD Luck
This would depend on a lot of factors. What the mother makes, if she has partial custody, how much the father makes. All this should be decided in court. The father can of course take the mother to court and sue for child support, but it would be up to a judge if you get it.