Contact a Family Law attorney. Preferably the one who handled the original custody agreement. He/she will tell you if you have a valid case. As difficult as it may be to believe, there are some states that would not grant sole custody even under those circumstances,go figure! Although if he has been convicted (not just charged) of a felony you probably have just cause.
Minors from newborn to age 18 are considered in custody disputes in court. Once a "minor" has turned 18, he or she is legally considered an adult, and therefore no longer is considered a "minor."
It is illegal for minors to smoke and also illegal to sell tobacco products to minors.
Question is unclear, or some facts are missing . Minors do not "give" their parents grants of temporary custody. Only the court can award custody.
The 'minor' has no say in the matter.
Legally minors are not allowed to choose.
No. The decision where to live is not the minors.
It depends on the laws in the country or state that you are in. Most places do not enforce the laws between consenting adults, but will add the charges in instances involving minors and criminal sexual conduct.
In Kansas, buying tobacco for or selling tobacco to minors is a Class B misdemeanor. Violators will receive a fine of at least $200.
When you are not a minor anymore. Minors are not allowed to decide.
It all depends on where you are. In Australia I have read, minors can go to jail, but I think its age 16 though.
You can as your children's rep.see links--------------------Additional: Citizens cannot "press charges" only law enforcement officers or prosecutors can "bring charges" against people. Minors are legally incapable of bringing lawsuits against anyone, however, as stated in the above answer, you can bring a civil suit against the other parent on behalf of your child but [CAUTION] you had better be fairly certain that the other parent doesn't possess proof of their allegation.
No. The other parent can still call you in as a runaway.
Minors are not allowed to choose.
If not, how could the property owners file charges?
No, it is not a crime because there are no charges that could be placed on the minors record. A minors parents have the choice to place the minor in a juvenile facility though.
I don't believe that there is a law against it, however, the owners of the store may have their own rules about letting minors into an establishment where they cannot legally conduct any business.
Anyone can sue anybody for anything, but your chances of success are slim unless you can somehow prove that his family was responsible for, or complicit in, the minors actions.
If you filed for divorce in the state of Florida and you know your spouse is in a relationship, you have minors and its only been three months can you get custody of your children
It depends on why you are in custody. In many instances, like traffic violations, minors are automatically remanded to the adult court system. That's why your parents do not have to be contacted or notified for traffic violations.
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The parent would get support from the children's father--only while the children are in her custody as minors.
Children from 5 to 14 years old (inclusive) are considered unaccompanied minors on Frontier. See the link below for Frontier's procedures and charges for handling unaccompanied minors.
No, minors have no legal "standing" in their own custody matters. Their input is sometimes asked and listened to, but the court is the final decision-maker. The Grandparents can petition the court for your custody, but they would have to be prepared to demonstrate why their custody would be better for your situation than what you currently have.