If the parents have joint legal custody, then Dad has an equal say. Even if they don't have joint legal custody, I would imagine that something such as this (allowing the child to move in with a friend) would be a sufficient reason for Dad to ask the court to award him custody, and he would likely have a very good chance of getting it.
Physical custody means that the child lives with you, at least part of the time. A parent with physical custody will be responsible for (and have the right to) see to the daily needs of the child, such as keeping him home from school when he's sick and allowing him to go play with friends as well as the more major needs such as food, clothing and a safe place to sleep.
I give you permission to go to the movies with your friends.
Hide in her closet..
You need to have permission from your parents and be able to show the court that you can support yourself financially without the help of any friends, relatives or social agency.
Not if you move to a shelter or stay with relatives/friends. As long as you make sure your kids are safe and cared for you will not lose custody.
Depends on how old you are but either way will you need parental permission. If it's far away from your parents someone should have temporary custody at least so they have the right to make medical decisions on your behalf in case something happens. And your friends parents would need to get child support for you from your parents. That is done in court.
If youare properly insured and licensed to drive, and you have your friends permission then yes, you can drive their car.
Sometimes only if you hang out with them a lot. Yeah,maybe.
No, because someone could find out where you are.
If she abandons the child, yes.
yes, I am sure you can. But you must get the friends permission to drive. Actually, I am not sure. Try yahoo answers.
For vacations and visits to relatives and friends yes but they should notify the other parent of the length of the visit, where they will be going and how to contact them. They cannot leave the state long term or permanently. For that they would need the other parent's consent and a modification of the custody and visitation orders. If the other parent does not consent then a judge will hear testimony about the reason for the move and render a decision.
no absolutely not
Yes you can, you just need your parent's permission if you are under 18
not unless they have their parents permission, but if you dont have their permission you can spell your name differently around friends and non official things. :)
U should go to the friends house or call the friends house and ask there parents if they can come with u.
This all depends on what you do with the video selling it is illegal, Airing it is illegal, showing it to friends is okay, but I wouldn't do that without permission.
One way to avoid physical bullying is to stay in a large group of friends.
Probably not unless they have a copyright on the photos.
May means to have permission or to be free to do something. You may go to the movies with your friends on Friday night.
yes as long as they have a valid passport and their parents permission.
no, as long as you have permission from the owner, or are friends with the owner. if bot, it will be considered trespassing.
Yes if you have parental permission.
You would be covered by the insurance on your friend's car if you are driving it with their permission. To be safe, get the parents' permission, not just your friend's. It may be that your friend can't give a legally binding permission.
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