If a stepparent has not legally adopted a non biological child, then he or she has no legal right to make any decision concerning the child. If the mother retains full custody of the minor the decision can be made solely by her as long as such a decision is not contrary to existing laws of the resident state. If there is joint custody between the two biological parents, the parent with whom the child does not reside would have to file suit to prevent the minor from moving in with a significant other.
Depends on what state you're in.
Slyly hint to him that your mother still has feelings for your father.
No, he can't. It can, and if mother objects strongly enough, it probably will be considered kidnapping.
her stepdad, brian, and her mother Mandy
Her mother Mandy Gomez and stepdad Brian Gomez.
Yes, you are still a minor and not an adult.
Not without parental permission (the fact that she's a mother means nothing--she's still a minor, and becoming a mother did not 'gain' her any adult rights)
it just depends on how commited you think the relationship is. I know i started calling my stepdad "dad" withen a couple of months of him dating my mother, because i never had a true father figure in my life at the time
Wrong, as in illegal, would depend on what state you are in and what activities you in engage in together.
Anne Cox-Mother Robin Twist- Stepdad Gemma Styles- Sister
The story is about a boy named Gerald who has to move in with his mother and new stepdad who is abusive and an alcoholic.
Only if the boyfriend is a disturbance to the mother because the daughter and boyfriend are both adults.
No, permission to live with you is permission to live with you. Kicking her out is the cancellation of permission to live with her mother.
Yes, you could , only if your mother and dad have talked about it and it is also your will.
Yes. A minor moving out with parental permission before she is 18 is not emancipated. You have to pay until she is.
You may stay to have dinner with Wally if you call and get permission from you mother.
No. Both parents permission is necessary.
No she will have to take your permission first.
well his biological father is dominican and his biological mother is Italian but his stepdad was black... he said it in a interview
No one can be closer to you then your mother can so don't even think about picking your boyfriend over her unless your mom isn't really that great of a mother.
Whether or not your mother likes your boyfriend is up to your mother and your boyfriend. Talk to your boyfriend, let him know that it's important to you and help him give a good impression. Also, talk to your mother and tell her what you like about your boyfriend, she's probably going to be most interested in how well he treats you.
What can a father do if the mother of. His children took the kids and moved to another state without permission.
No. The mother gets the support for the baby not the boyfriend.
No, he cannot.
She can petition her mother, but the mother cant include her boyfriend on the petition, even if that boyfriend is the citizen's father,