Depending on your age and the state requirement, you can apply for emancipation and challenge your mother's right to custody. * If the mother has primary custody the minor child will have to abide by her wishes until either the father petitions the court and receives custodial rights or the grandparents petition the court and receive guardianship rights. It is not for a relative or spouse to decide who is an unfit parent. That is a decision made by the court of jurisdiction. A minor who is involved in a custodial dispute is not eligible for emancipation.
No she can not.
Sure but the court will not grant them custody unless the parents been found unfit and the child need fostercare.
No. The biological father have rights. Unless the court find him unfit to have custody then there might be a chance.
not now he used to
If he is legally emancipated, or both parents are deemed unfit, or if the grandparents gain legal custody, then yes.
I don't know where you live but where I live there is no such thing as grandparents rights.
No. The grandparents must petition the court to be appointed the legal guardians and provide evidence that parents are unfit unless the parents are willing to consent. See the related question.No. The grandparents must petition the court to be appointed the legal guardians and provide evidence that parents are unfit unless the parents are willing to consent. See the related question.No. The grandparents must petition the court to be appointed the legal guardians and provide evidence that parents are unfit unless the parents are willing to consent. See the related question.No. The grandparents must petition the court to be appointed the legal guardians and provide evidence that parents are unfit unless the parents are willing to consent. See the related question.
You cant give your rights away. You certainly cant give your rights as a mother away unless you have been judged by the courts to be unfit as a mother.
She lived with her mother and (occasionally her father was there) in her grandparents house.
The child have to be 18 in order to choose where to live but in some states the grandparents do have the right to seek custody. But unless the parents are found unfit I can't see that you would get custody.
no he can not aloud to do that no he can not aloud to do that
Jon's mother and grandmother live in the Central Pennsylvania area.
Yes, a 17 year old can choose to live with her grandparents. Most judges will listen to children aged 14 and above and take into consideration the wants of the child.
After her parents divorced her mother took her and her brother to live with their grandparents on their farm in Pine level (Alabaa).
Yes, she did. As a child, she lived with he brother and mother and they moved to their grandparents house.
Unless your brother and his family can prove your mother is unfit to raise you then no, you can't legally move out of your mother's home. If your mother is unfit and your brother and his family want you to live with them then they will have to go to court for custody.
what if your 17 year old that is living with her mother,wants to live with her dad,would he still have to pay mother child support
yep, you only need evidence....
You can live with your grand parents if your alive mom says it is OK or you can live with your grandma and grandpa if your mother is in a very serious injury to the point where she can not take care of you any more
Hmmm...this is a tough one, for you. I think if you honestly really don't like the men that much, maybe it's best that you stay with your grandparents. If you want to see how things will go, pack a bag and stay with her for a few weeks, and see how things go. If you don't like him, or how things are, go back with your grandparents. Everything will be alright.
If you are a father. You must prove the mother unfit, drugs, abuse, prison record, etc... IF you are a mother, depending on the state you live in they would allow soul custody because you are the mother. If the father is unfit and you live in Utah and/or California where they are for the father as well and want to do joint custody in most of those two states, the father must pretty much be unfit such as abuse, drugs and/or prison record for the mother to get full custody. That is pretty much when the only time I have known any parent to get full custody of their children.
The lady to whom I referred is deemed unfit to live at home with her family.
Yes. He lives with his mother when he is in Atlanta, and at his grandparents' house when he is in his hometown of Stratford, Ontario, Canada.