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Can a 15 year old make a decision to want to live with her grandparents?

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2011-03-08 15:30:34
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It is up to the Parents To Allow her to live with her grandparents.

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Yes, you can tell the judge, but he may not listen. The decision is in his hands so be ready for something you may not want. His purpose is to make sure you are protected and taken care of so you will need to make a good case as to why you should live with your grandparents.


treat the like you want to be treated


If your parents donÕt want you to live somewhere and you are under 18 you need to listen to your parents. If you are over 18 explain to your parents why you want to live there, listen to why they donÕt want you to live there and as adult make a responsible decision.


Usually during the divorce you will have the choice who you wish to stay with. And you would choose your grandparents. If it's approved.


you can live with them for as long as you want although it would be weird. i moved out when i was 25


They can make the decision but it would have to be taken to court and a proper judge and jury would make the final decision. If its you, choose carefully because I live with my mom and my dad and I'm also 12. And remember to consider their feeling.



Once you are 18 years old, you are a legal adult, you have the right to live where you choose, and with whom you choose. What is the reason your parents do not want you to live with your grandparents?


Yes because you can not choose until you are 18 and then you are an adult and can move where ever you want.


Yes. You have to apply for emancipation, then after you've been granted - you can live with anyone you want.


Yes when they are 18 and adults they can choose to live anywhere they want. As minors they are not allowed to decide.



You have to be 12 for the judge to consider your request but then the court will make the final decision and it doesn't have to honor your request.


No. A child must be 18 before they can make that decision without a court order.


You would want to make the decision that will lead to the best consequences, obviously.



You have to be 18 to be considered an adult, but you can become emancipated if your parent(s) take you to court and sign legal documents.


A child cannot make that decision until they reach eighteen years of age.


Minors are not allowed to make the decision as to which parent they prefer to live with. In some cases concerning older teens a judge may choose to interview them as to how they feel about issues such as the school they are attending, friends, and so forth. Regardless of what the child or parents may want the judge will make the decision based on what is in the best interest of the child/children.


There is no point at which the child can make that decision. The court may hear a request from a child but the court always makes the final decision.There is no point at which the child can make that decision. The court may hear a request from a child but the court always makes the final decision.There is no point at which the child can make that decision. The court may hear a request from a child but the court always makes the final decision.There is no point at which the child can make that decision. The court may hear a request from a child but the court always makes the final decision.


Minor children are allowed to make such decision. You have to be 12 in Arizona be other states I don't know but if you live in Arizona you can choose at age 12.


He wanted to think things out carefully as he did not want to make a rash decision that could be costly.


A 14-year old child cannot decide who they want to live with in NY state. It does not matter if they are family or not. Their guardian must make this decision, unless the courts get involved.


you have to be old enough that you can basically take care of yourself so about 12~13 but you have to get permition for you parent or guardian but u can make you own choice with out permission at the age of 18


he did not want to rent the grange again



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