A minor cannot leave the home of the custodial parent without that parent's permission. The noncustodial parent can petition the court for custody rights pertaining to the minor child. Depending on the child's age the court will take into consideration the opinion/feelings of the child before rendering a decision.
no because your sister has custody of you your mom doesnt have to know she is no longer your parent or gaurdian
Yes, when you marry him. No, he doesnt get custody over you and your son just because he is 19. If your married to him you and the boy are dependents, meaning he is financially responsible. Just being boyfriend and girlfriend has no legal boundaries. He doesnt just get the baby either. The mother usually has the inherent rights over baby unless father takes her to court to fight for custody.
You are required to live with the parent that your custody decree awarded custody to. It doesn't matter what you want. If your dad has custody and you run away to live with your mom instead, it's even possible your mom could go to jail for this. If you think you can convince a court that it's in your best interest to modify the custody decree and award your mother custody instead, then you can always get a lawyer to petition the court to revise the custody decree.
No he cant he doesnt have any rights over you. if your mom has custody over you she can tho.
Yes. Its the same as not showing up for other court dates.
I'm assuming you are the father and a fit parent and then yes, you would probably get custody.
Because it doesnt like you... Because it doesnt like you... Because it doesnt like you...
Well when my mom went to jail my dad and mom had joint custody but when my mom went away my dad got full because he asked for it but if your dad doesnt say anything then nothing will probably change.. Carolyn
Yes, there have been couple who argued who was getting stuck with the kids. Usually because both had professions that left them little time for children.
she doesnt live far away from california she lives in california
I have a legal court order giving me custody of my grandaughter because the parents are unfit, what are my responiblities and do they have any say in the matter and no visitation was ever set/ not does the father pay child support, he refuses to work and doesnt get locked up . can you help me with some answers?
Get over it..the kid doesnt want you!
Sure. If the identity of the father is unknown, the mother will probably get full custody, unless the child is given up for adoption or foster care.
Do what the court says, but fight for it.
When someone doesnt have a clean kitchen
No. it doesnt matter where you live because they travel everywhere. i live in New Jersey. but that doesnt mean he wouldn't date me. its about like keeping in touch and all that. who cares where you live
If you have custody the child has no choice. The police have the right to come and get them and return them home.
That change in legal custody can only be accomplished by a court order. Only a judge can make that decision after hearing testimony. The judge will review the reasons why custody was awarded to grandparents and the reason for the father's objections. A decision will be rendered based on the best interest of the child.
mel doesnt live in pearl harbor because she doesnt like pearls she likes diamonds. chloe doesnt either because she doesnt like pearls either because her dad likes emeralds.
because he doesnt know the answer because he doesnt know the answer
it doesnt work because your face in Tye's face
ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!!!! With joint custody, both parents have rights and your son needs to find an attorney to make sure she doesnt move the child out of country.
You have to be 18 to leave by yourself. Nebraska is 19.
in Louisiana if pne parent doesnt see a child for one year the other parent has full custody of the child.