Yes, its both parents obligation to support their child regardless of who the child lives with unless adopted.
No. Adoption laws are strict. The court or parents must first legally sever parental ties before an adoption can take place.
NOPE you have to get emancipated. sorry!!
NO becaues she or he too younth it has to be accompany by parents or someone in auyhority
Yes, you can live by yourself, if you want, seeing as you are a legal adult.
What do my parents need to do to let me be adopted by my aunt and uncle at sixteen
In South Carolina, you can move out of your parents house when you are 17 and live with someone else but your parents still have to let you back in there house if you decide to move back in with them. They can't keep you from moving back in until you are 18 years old. Laws and regulations vary by country and state.
You can live with anyone with parental permission. This does not relieve them of their responsibilities to support the minor.
Only if you have parental permission. Until you are an adult, your parents are responsible for you. That includes determining where you live.
The status of the biological parents does not matter. Under the law, the adopted parents are in charge. If they aren't an adult, they live where they are told.
No. Age of majority is the same whether you are adopted or not and this means you cannot move unless you are 18 or have your adoptive parents consent.
when your 16 the book says i did it aswell
Once a person is adopted, all legal rights between the biological parents and their child are severed. An adopted child has no legal right to choose to live with their biological parents. The adoptive parents could informally agree to allow the biological parents to have custody of the child but there can be all kinds of legal ramifications that flow from that, especially if the biological parents do not want to give the child back and the adoptive parents want physical custody back.
i know where is parents live someone i know lives oposit them i know this for a fact as i know where he parents live i am not joking i do who belives me
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As the child there is nothing you can do. If they feel they are not right for each other anymore that is their choice and prerogative. Being forced to live with someone you are not in love with anymore or don't get along with anymore is not a nice way to live. They are still your parents, that part have not changed. When you grow up you wont like it if someone else decided who you would marry and live with either.
I'm not entirely sure what you're asking. But, if you live in the US... If you're about to be legally adopted, then your biological parents parental rights will be terminated (and your adoptive parents will gain those rights). Therefore, there's no need for emancipation from your biological parents, because they'll no longer have rights over you. Now, if what you're really asking is can you be emancipated in order to then be adopted--no. That's not the purpose of emancipation. In order to be adopted, your adoptive parents have to go through the normal legal process, which includes termination of parental rights (and that can be voluntary or involuntary, but to terminate involuntarily, they need a very good case).
Certainly, if their parents give their permission. The minor lives where their parents want them to live.
There are three ways a player qualifies to represent a country: through his or her birth, that of parents or grandparents, or residency which requires someone to live in their adopted nation for three successive years.
No he can not. A minor in Michigan have to be 18 to choose where to live and that is even when choosing between his parents so he can absolutely not decide to move to someone else without parental permission.
You used the word child. And legally they are a child and the parents decide where they are to live.
It is possible for someone else to get legal custody over you. You would need a good reason. Good reasons exist. Talk to your school councilor. That person would be the place to start.
To tell the truth..i hope! i wish i knew my parents to choose to live with them. Any more questions? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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