Can a joint custody parent give the school permission to send and receive email about a child to his girlfriend without the other parents permission?
No. That would be a violation of the child's and the parent's privacy. The girl friend has no right to receive any information about the child. The father needs to take a more active role with his child and not pass it off to a girl friend.
I would certainly question the violation of privacy rights by any school that used email correspondence. A "girlfriend" who is not the biological parent. Has no legal or ethical right to information of minor children. If the a parent gave permission, and the school released such information, the other biological parent has every right to object. And the legal right to have it stopped.
Child custody and the military, and deployment of parents with custody, are complicated issues in the United States. If your spouse has custody of her child from a previous relationship and that parent has any rights, she will need the court's permission to move with the child if you join the military and get stationed elsewhere. The laws vary in different states. You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction who specializes in child… Read More
Is it important for the guy's parents to go to the airport to receive him when his girlfriend is there to receive him?
It isn't absolutely important, but it is a nice gesture. Read More
Child support is not paid to the child. It would be payable to the person who currently has legal custody of the child or to the State if the State has custody. Read More
In the event of the death of a divorced/single mother, she can Will the child to them, but the father can challenge. Read More
Yes the biological parents should pay child support for their child if the grandparent has physical custody of the child pursuant to a court order. Read More
It depends on who has physical custody. Often the parents have joint legal custody, the mother has physical custody and the father has a visitation schedule. In that case she will receive child support. If the child will split time between the parents the state has a formula in the child support guidelines. You can find various websites that provide information regarding Georgia Child Support Guidelines by performing an online search using that phrase. See… Read More
TANF eligibility is based on physical custody, not legal custody. Read More
Absolutely. Unless the other parents rights have been terminated by a judge, (s)he must pay child support according to the state calculator. Visitation and custody are not related to support. Read More
Can a 16 year old mother give consent for treatment for herself or does she need her parents permission to receive emergency room treatment in Washington State?
If she is still under the authority of her parents then she needs their signature on the form. Read More
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Child support and custody are two different and only distantly related things. If there's a significant earnings disparity between the parents, it's very likely that a court could award child support to the lower income parent in a shared custody situation. Read More
If you live in the US... Children are not property and therefore cannot be 'willed'. You can state in your will who you would like to receive custody, but the court is not required to abide by it. For example, if Mom has custody of a child, she dies and her will states that she wants her sister to receive custody, but Dad wants custody...Dad gets custody, unless he can be proved unfit, because Dad… Read More
If the Parents died, or they are deemed irresponsible, they have a higher chance of winning custody over people who are not related to the child(ren). If they have some type of disease or anything that interferes with the child(ren) being raised, or they do not have a stable financial income, they will probably not receive custody. Read More
If you have physical custody by a court order then you should be entitled to child support payments. If you do not have physical custody by a court order then the physical custody order should be modified so you can receive child support. You should visit the court and ask to speak with an advocate. If that's not possible then you should obtain a copy of any custody and/or child support orders and review them… Read More
Yes! You need to either have custody or legal guardianship to receive child support, AND have the legal documentatio to prove it. Read More
No, they can't without permission, provided the complaint they are investigating does not involve the parent or parents. In the event of a complaint against a parent, CPS must contact and receive permission from the other parent, or have a valid court order, AND an attorney assigned to represent the child before questioning can take place legally. Read More
Not unless you've been emancipated. No, the legal age of majority is 18. The laws for emancipation of a minor are found in Michigan Statute Chapter 722.4. Early emancipation can be granted a 17 years old if they receive parental or legal guardian permission to marry or enlist in the military. The other exception pertains to juveniles who are in a correctional institution. no where in the U.S can any child under the age of… Read More
If the father has visitation rights and has not seen the child can you get full custody and receive child support?
How does he have any visitation rights with a custody and child support order? Read More
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Yes, a minor with parental permission may reside with a qualified adult for a temporary period of time. The parents must present to the caregiver a written statement with the dates the minor's stay will begin and end. All other pertinent information should be included such as permission for the minor to receive medical and/or dental care, enroll in school (if applicable), become employed, and so forth. The parents must also include the terms agreed… Read More
If you commit suicide at any age, your parents will receive a bill for your funeral, and that is about it. Read More
Can you the grandmother baptize your grandaughter so she can receive holy communion she want to receive so bad?
It is up to the parents to have the child baptized, assuming they have custody. It is their responsibility to bring them up in the faith. The child needs to be baptized by a priest or deacon, except in extraordinary circumstances. Otherwise, see a priest about his for more specific questions and to expalin the situation. Read More
Honestly you can't. Most states consider a minor an adult at age 18. The best thing you can do is call your local clerks office and ask them what your state requires. In Missouri you can Marry with the concent of your parents and the signature of both parents. If parents are divorced the one that has Physical Custody of you is the one you need along with the legal documentation that the parent has… Read More
When a mother loses custody of her 3 minor children due to drug use and custody is given to the sister who receives the child support?
If the custody order is done through a court of law, the sister will receive (and needs) child support. Read More
i was suppose to receive an permission slip for landlord i didnt my e-mail is email@example.com Read More
There are two types of custody recognized by law: physical and legal. Physical custody pertains to who the child lives with. Legal custody pertains to who is responsible for making decisions on the child's behalf. If you have sole physical custody the child lives with you all the time, although the other parent may be given specific visitation rights allowing them to have the child in their care at certain times and the other parent… Read More
In most cases you can. If you have a good argument for why you should receive either full or shared custody, file a motion with the local family court (or the court that has jurisdiction). Read More
The child support is to "support the child"...figure it out. Read More
Your question could be read in different ways. Child support is intended only for the support of children and their needs. If the children are in the custody of (living with and being supported by) someone who is not the parent on a regular basis, that person must petition the court to be appointed the legal guardian and then petition for a child support order against the parents. If you are the parent then you… Read More
What must you do in order to receive custody if you have been in the child's life and have been providing for the child for 9 years?
Well, there is many different things you could do. First it depends on weather or not the child sees their parent or parents on a regular basis. If so, then full custody might be an issue. If not then you will need to talk to Family Services. If the child has been "abandoned" for a certain amount of time, you may be able to gain custody fairly easy. Then of course there is the hard… Read More
If a Woman lives with a man for 10 years who also has custody of his 12 year old child the man dies what happens to the child?
If you're in the US, living with someone gives you no legal rights at all. The mother of the child would automatically receive custody, unless she's unfit, in which case custody would be awarded to a legal family member (grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc). But even if you were married your rights would be limited, because in most states step-parents would have no right to custody in this situation unless no other family member wanted custody… Read More
You ask for permission and use it when you receive said permission. It's not rocket science. Read More
You must either pay for it or receive permission. Read More
Through an emergency order for custody where there us evidence of potential hard to the child by the mother, such as drug usage. see links below Read More
He doesn't receive support. That is why he is supposed to be living with his parents. While they are responsible for his welfare, if he isn't living where they tell him to, he is a runaway. Read More
Only if the sole custody parent is willing. Read More
I'm not sure of the meaning behind this. If you wish to transfer custody, this can easily be accomplished by the two of you seeing a Certified Mediator. The mediator would put together a custody change agreement, and child support modification, for filing with the courts. Each parent must pay half the fees of the mediator. One of the parents than takes these to the Clerk of the Court to file and receive a court… Read More
If, your spouse uses your information without permission you should be able to receive a note about it. When you do receive the note speak with your wife nicely and then report to the location of your information holder and ask for it to be changed. Read More
Father and Mother are not married when Mother decides she does not want to be a Mom then abandons the Father and Child. Does the Father have legal rights for full custody?
The father must establish his paternity through the courts since he and the mother were not married. He can petition for full custody. He should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody issues. The mother's abandonment can certainly be used as evidence that the father should receive legal custody. He is providing the day to day care of the child. Read More
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Should I contact the government office that allowed my son's ex girlfriend to get money using our address without our permission?
Yes, if it makes any difference. If she was just using the address as a mailing address, give her a head's up that you do not want to receive her mail and that you will "return to sender" after a certain date. Then do it. Read More
If a custody schedule is mandated by the court say Monday-Thursday what exactly does having primary custody give you for rights and obligations?
having primary custody means you are the custodial parent because you have the child for the majority of the time, (meaning more than 50%)in support court that helps alot, since you have the child the majority of the time(more than 50%) that makes you the custodial parent and you have the right to receive child support Primary custody just means that the child lives "mostly" with that parent. Here are the definitions in CA 3000… Read More
The police cannot enter onto private business property without the owner's permission in Arizona. They must obtain a warrant to do so, if they do not receive permission. Read More
How can a non custodial parent with visitation rights receive custody when custodial parent becomes incarcerated?
By applying to a court. Read More
Why does a non custodial parent pay for child support to the custodial parent when child isn't living with them?
If the child lives permanently with a different legal guardian the child support should go directly to them but if this is only temporarily the parents who receive child support can give it to the person who have temporary custody. Read More