Can a parent give custody to another person while involved with defax?
It means that a person has been found guilty, by a judge, of violating a court order with respect to the custody of another person. Custody is the legal right of a parent to their children. Read More
That phrase is in error. Sole custody means that one person, usually a parent, has full legal and physical custody. Joint custody means that both parents share legal custody although the child may live with one parent who has physical custody. That phrase is in error. Sole custody means that one person, usually a parent, has full legal and physical custody. Joint custody means that both parents share legal custody although the child may live… Read More
the other parent and then the person specified in your parent's will Read More
It means that another person is appointed to receive decision making powers as far as the child is concerned. Depending on the jurisdiction, it may also include physical custody (where the child lives) but may not. One parent may have physical custody (the child lives with them) but another parent, legal custody. It can get pretty complicated and mind boggling. You'd have to look at the custody document to get a good idea of what… Read More
Unless you have a parent or another person that wants custody of you in another country, no. Read More
A parent who is seeking full custody should be prepared to be questioned about every aspect of their lives. A person seeking custody will have to prove that they are a fit parent, have a steady income, a decent home, and can care for the child. They may also have to prove that the other parent is unfit. Read More
What can you do if you know a parent receiving child support but doesn't have custody of the children?
Encourage the person or persons with legal custody to file for child support modification or diversion of funds to them. If they do not have legal custody, that must be established or child support will continue to go to the person of record, the parent, in this case. Read More
The person who files for child support must have legal custody. If not the parent they must be a court appointed guardian. The person who files for child support must have legal custody. If not the parent they must be a court appointed guardian. The person who files for child support must have legal custody. If not the parent they must be a court appointed guardian. The person who files for child support must have… Read More
Move with someone? Who is the someone? I am assuming its another person you are in a relationship with. I would say no you do not need custody in place if you and the child other parent are in good terms and no one parent rights are being violated. Custody battles are a headache. Try to work it out with the other parent to save money and time. Thank you. Read More
Physical custody means that a person (typically the parent) has the right to have the child living with them. This could be sole physical custody, or even joint physical custody in which the parents share custody of their child. Read More
Yes. You can give up custody. You can give the other parent or person full legal custody through a stipulated agreement if they agree to it. Read More
How do you gain child custody if the person who has custody is a perfect parent in the court's opinion but is really a complete witch?
You have to prove your case and convince the court. Read More
Can you share joint custody with a family member besides the children's biological father without his consent?
No. Only parents are granted custody of their children by a court order. You cannot assign custody to a non-parent nor will the court. When a party other than the parent gets "custody" of a child it is done via a guardianship and must be obtained through a court. The person who requests the guardianship is appointed the child's legal guardian, the child is deemed the guardian's ward, and the case will remain under the… Read More
Infidelity does not make a person a bad parent. It cannot be used to claim that a parent does not have the ability to love and care for their children, and a court will not take away custody of children because of it. Read More
Generally, the person who has legal custody or legal guardianship of the child has right to the child's medical records. A parent who does not have legal custody is not entitled to the child's medical records. Generally, they would need a court order to obtain them. Read More
When sharing custody with a parent, it is important to prepare for challenges. A person needs to have back up babysitters, and a workplace that is understanding of the challenges set before them. Read More
That would be a person whose parental rights have been terminated. Read More
A character letter would talk about the qualities of the person that would make a good parent. You would also want to talk about why this person would be a better person to give custody to than the other person. Read More
In the case of the marriage of a minor, both parents must attend in person and sign their consent if the parents are married. If the parents are not married only one parent has sole custody that parent must attend in person and sign their consent. In the case of joint legal custody both must consent. Read More
A guardian must be appointed by the court pursuant to a petition for guardianship and has the legal authority to care for another individual's person and/or property. In the case of minors, a guardian is someone other than a parent. In the case of an adult, a parent can be appointed as their guardian. Custody, in this sense, refers to the care and control of a child awarded by the court usually to one or… Read More
Joint custody is two parents sharing physical and or legal custody of minor children. Guardianship is when a person who is not the legal parent has physical and legal custody of the minor. However, a guardian can be appointed for a person of any age who cannot manage their own affairs. Read More
The parent award sole custody of the child(ren) is the only person who can make decisions for said child(ren) - legal, educational, medical, etc. Read More
The person that does not have legal custody of the child(ren); few, if any, parental rights concerning the child(ren); and usually required to pay child support. Read More
depending on the situation, "custodial parent," "caretaker relative," "custodian" or "guardian" Read More
In the case of divorce if one parent has custody does that mean the other is unable to make decisions for the child?
Unless the divorce decree states that they do, no, not unless the person having full custody permits it. Read More
If decided by a court, the parent or person the court deems would act in the best interests of the child. If not decided in court, the biological mother has presumptive custody to her child. Read More
The person who has legal custody of the child is responsible depending on the circumstances. Read More
In Arkansas custody is assigned to an unmarried mother unless there is reason to give custody to another person. A father may get custody if he is determined to be a fit parent and he is able to show the court that it's in the child's best interest to remove the child from the mother's custody and award custody to him. He would need to show some degree of unfitness on the mother's part that… Read More
If the other person has legal, full-time custody through the court system- I would say that the biological parent has NO legal standing at all. Read More
Can the custodial parent continue to receive child support payments if they are in prison in Tennessee?
If the parent is in prison the child is no longer considered to be in above said's custody. Unless it was an overlook by the state, the incarcerated parent should receive no benefits for the child, as those benefits are marked for use by the person or institution with physical and legal custody of the child or children. Read More
Yes, it's always the non-custodial parent who pay to the parent who have custody. The money have to go to the person who takes care of the child. Read More
What happens when a person who's children have been removed from their custody and placed into kinship guardianship has another child that was not involved in the initial DYFS investigation?
If a danger still exist, than that child can also be removed, upon birth. Read More
You are 16 and you live with your cousin your mom isn't involved in your life but your cousin doesn't have custody Can you get emancipated if your cousin is okay with it?
Emancipation is a matter for the courts and for the person (people) who do have legal custody of you. As your cousin does not have custody, you cousin has nothing to say about whether you can be emancipated. Read More
yes, as long as it is discussed and permission obtained from the person who has custody of the child. Read More
Sole custody means that one parent has legal custody. Absolute custody isn't a commonly used term but it would mean that someone has permanent legal custody. It could refer to more than one person. For example, someone might say (informally) that grandparents have absolute custody if they have been awarded permanent legal guardianship by a court of law. Read More
In many states the step-parent has the right to petition for custody but that doesn't mean it will be granted. Most states, including Maine, still follow the 'unfit parent' and 'best interest of the child' rules. The living parent must be deemed unfit or granting custody to the step-parent must be shown to be in the best interest of the child. In this the step-parent is on the same legal ground as a grandparent or… Read More
The person who desires to take custody from the person who presently has custody. Read More
Parental rights go with the biology. Parenthood has nothing to do with marital status. The only way that would be affected is if custody is legally granted to another person-and that can always be challanged. Remember there are two parents involved. So if there is conflict, the rights of each bio parent are equally important. If there is any concern over parental rights, the smart thing to do is contact an attorney immediately and make… Read More
yes however in some cases the adoptive parent has given family or a close friend legal gauardianship of child or children do to family and military Read More
This addresses the requirement that before a parent places the child in the care of another person, such as a babysitter, he/she must first determine if the other parent can take the child. This is often opposed by women's groups who state that only abusive men ask for this requirement as a means to further harm the mother. Read More
If the court grand you a sole custody is because the conflic with the non custodial parent exist , Tha never can be change. What is happen is have a visit right and residencial temporally time on his righ visit but the sole custody decision make is only one person and never can be change. Some non custodial Parent use that to excuse not to see his children and asume his responsability for the visit… Read More
Is there a such thing as a court order that a biological parent can pull if the other parents moves in with a person that is of the same sex and not the biological parent?
They would have the right to request a custody hearing. A temporary injunction or other court order could be issued, removing the child from the home, but permanent custody would depend on the outcome of the hearing. Read More
That would depend on both the restrictions of the insurer and whether or not the parent or person who has legal custody of the child is willing to consent to it or not. Read More
What rights does a person have that is legally separated and share joint custody of a child in regards to one parent having a fiance?
None unless addressed by the court Read More
No. A single parent can live with whoever they want as long as that person is not harmful to the child. Read More
100% invested or involved in another person, not just mentally of emotionally involved. Read More
Primary legal custody means the parent/person with whom the child lives can make all the decisions concerning the child such as schooling, medical care, etc. unless the custodial order deems otherwise. Read More
Try going direct to his employer or suspected insurance company: 3751.5 (c) In any case in which health insurance coverage is provided for a child pursuant to a court or administrative order, the insurer shall do all of the following: (1) Provide any information, including, but not limited to, the health insurance membership or identification card regarding the child, the evidence of coverage and disclosure form, and any other information provided to the covered parent… Read More
Why could a father be allowed custody if the mother has mental illness but is stable and sees a Dr every time she feels she needs to?
Children should not be placed in the custody of a person who is mentally ill and not possessed of good judgment. Mental illness is one of the reasons a parent can be declared unfit for custody of a child. Read More
A power of attorney over a child is a document signed and notarized by a parent giving a non-parent authority to make decisions for a minor child. It is not a court order. It is typically used by a parent who is unavailable for a period of time and wants to grant authority to another person over their child. It can be used to authorize the person to obtain medical treatment for a child or… Read More