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Can a 14-year-old child in Georgia move in with his dad?

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2005-11-16 02:39:06
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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.

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Yes. A Child Called It did have a dad.

because they had little money and their dad moved out and left them behined

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.

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idk but im from Georgia and its 14.because i picked to live with my dad when i was 14

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When your wife has a child or when you get married to a woman who has already had a child.

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