From what I understand, you must meet with a judge and petition for your emancipation. Whatever paperwork your area requires must be correctly filled and filed. Whatever your reasons are for this must be extenuating and very well founded. You should probably seek out a nearby legal service and make an appointment to speak with legal counsel regarding what you're dealing with that gives you cause to desire emancipation. I'm not knowledgable in law or these legalities. This information is for reference only. Emancipation has consequences and responsibilities on you that you might not have considered or wish to have to bear in your youth. Its serious business.
Mom and dad might be logical
Emancipation laws vary by state. You need to check the laws of the state that you reside in. Be aware that not all states have an emancipation statute. At a minimum, you would have to provide a valid reason that emancipation would be in your best interest (*just* wanting to move in with Dad is not a valid reason) and prove that you are capable of fully supporting yourself, which doesn
Yes, his mother was a whore, and his dad was a wife basher. He was adopted out after being removed from his parents custody by Children's Services.
her parents live in texis
As long as you are a minor your parents decides this, more correctly your guardian and in this case that would be your mother that you live with (I assume). If your father have not been to court and got visitation or custody rights he can not demand to see you and you need your mothers permission to do so. Where you live is decided by your parents until you turn 18 or get emancipated.
When your parents got married and had you they are your biological parents (he is your real dad), but once your parents divorced and your mother remarried then the man your mother married is your stepfather and your biological father is your real father. If you get along with both your father and stepfather consider yourself lucky. You can also have two dads if you are adopted by a family and you may not know who your real dad is, but your adopted dad who loves and cares for you is really your dad although not your birth father.
If its okay with your mom and dad if not you have to go to court
Becoming a parent has nothing to do with becoming emancipated so no.
Because his parents died and then he went into an orphanage for 2 months and then his mom and dad now adopted him
batman adopted tim drake before his dad died
Her parents are divorced and she lives with her Mom and step dad in California. She is not in contact with her dad anymore. Has not been for some time.
Ifyou parents get separated you will either live with your mom or dad.
Jeremy his dad live in cananda and his mom live in atlanda,georgia
Not biologically, but Batman (Bruce Wayne, really) did adopt two of the four Robins. Richard Greyson (the first Robin, later to become Nightwing) is adopted after his parents' deaths, technically making Bruce his "Dad". Timothy Drake (the third and fifth Robin, also the current one) was also adopted after his parents' deaths, technically making Bruce his "Dad" as well.
Depending on the emancipation laws in your state. Does your father have parents rights? If so I can teach him how to enforce them. See links
i live with my mom and dad, but im only 13. so go figure
They live with their dad because their parents are divorced.
She lives with both, her parents are married.
Niall lived with his dad
yes of course but yoi have to go to court or depending on the state he can just live with out needing dad's permission
his real dad was Reginald carter. his mom was Cynthia carter. his parents died, and then birdman adopted him Dwayne Michael carter is his biological dad ( lil Wayne has the same name as his dad)
If you mother has full custody, then yes. If both parents have custody, then no. If you are not emancipated, you cannot own property.
No, not if the child lives where the parents dont agree. However, the friend can file as a foster parent to say that the parents abandoned the child which would either cause the parents to loose custody and/or the minor to become emancipated.. In the longrun if the government ends up supporting the child, then Yes you will end up paying the government back for supporting your child.
If a 14 year old wants to live with the dad and the mother has custody, she can live in Nevada with the parents' permission. Both parents much agree on the situation.