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Can a A minor with approval of parent go to live with a grandparent?

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yes, as long as the parents agree to allow their child to live with their grandparents its fine as long as the grandparents can support the child.

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Minor's are not allowed to choose with whom they wish to live, although the judge may speak with the child and take his or her opinions into consideration when making custodial decisions. Likewise, the grandparent who has temporary custody cannot release the minor into the custody of any other person including a parent without first obtaining permission from the court.


A minor child does not get a vote without a Judge's approval. You must be 18 to make your own decisions about where to live.


No. Until they are 18-years-old, the minor must live where the parent(s) or the court decree.



If they are an adult, or turn a minor over to family services.


A fourteen year can live with a grandparent if her parents are not opposed to it. If one parent is opposed, then the child cannot move unless the courts orders so.




In Texas, if a child is 14 or older, he/she can choose to live with a grandparent as long as permission is given by the custodial parent.


In Mexico a minor can choose which parent to live with at the age of 14.


If a grandparent has applied for guardianship of minor grandchildren because parents are deceased, can the children state that they don't want to live with the grandparent even though that would be in the childrens best interest


The grand parent should older that 18, the age of Majority.


A minor child may not choose to live with the non-custodial parent. The non-custodial parent can go to court to have the custody order modified, but the only age at which a child is free to choose which parent they want to live with is the one at which they're no longer a minor.


Only if his or her parent(s) or primary custodial parent agrees to the living arrangements.


A minor is not allowed to choose where to live.


when ca a minor child decice which parent to live wilt


yes.usually if your fifteen or older


If you are 18 you are no longer a minor and can choose to live with either parent (or neither).


When that child turns 18, he or she can choose to live with the noncustodial parent.


As long as you are a minor you are not allowed to decide who you will live with.


no they lived with the closest parent to them but most of the time they did.


There is no requirement to have approval. As they are not married, the mother has custody. Where she and her child live is up to her.


== == The courts will take the juveniles wishes into account, but at no age can a child simply decide which parent they wish to live with.


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