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If a child lives with the mother and she is not the legal guardian may the legal guardian take the child?

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The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed.

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The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed.

The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed.

The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed.

The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed.

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my niece 15 yr lives with me and she wants me to help her sue her father for child support I am not her legal guardian can i help her?


Only if you are the father or legal guardian can you take the child away legally without a court order. If it is deemed that the child lives in a abusive or neglected lifestyle then CPS (child protection services) will take the appropriate action against the mother.


In the US, this is not legal. Minors must live with a parent or guardian.



The parent who pay child support to your legal guardian have to go to court and modify the child support order so the money goes to you. This is usually only done when the minor goes to college etc but if the minor still lives at home the money goes to the parent/legal guardian to pay for electricity, rent, food, etc.


if the mother terminates her rights can he collect child support from the mother if child lives with him?


You must file for guardianship in the jurisdiction where the child currently legally resides with the provision the child be allowed to move with you to NC if your petition is approved.


A legal guardian must be appointed for the child by the court and then the guardian must file the necessary documents with the state to continue the medical assistance. They should work with an advocate since the child may also be eligible to collect social security.A legal guardian must be appointed for the child by the court and then the guardian must file the necessary documents with the state to continue the medical assistance. They should work with an advocate since the child may also be eligible to collect social security.A legal guardian must be appointed for the child by the court and then the guardian must file the necessary documents with the state to continue the medical assistance. They should work with an advocate since the child may also be eligible to collect social security.A legal guardian must be appointed for the child by the court and then the guardian must file the necessary documents with the state to continue the medical assistance. They should work with an advocate since the child may also be eligible to collect social security.


The custodial parent or legal guardian files a lawsuit for child support in the state in which the minor child resides (in this case, Georgia). The non custodial parent will be served with a summons regardless of where he or she lives. Federal law mandates all U.S. states honor and enforce child support lawsuits and/or orders of support.


If the grandparents are legal guardians and the child is living with them, the both of you as the biological parents have to pay child support to the grandparents.


If the child lives permanently with a different legal guardian the child support should go directly to them but if this is only temporarily the parents who receive child support can give it to the person who have temporary custody.


Know matter where you live any child under 18 can live with his/her grandparent or another guardian as longs as you go to court or if the parents says he/she can live with a relative or close friend.


she would only be his gardian if his parent or gardian signs legal papers saying 'yes my child is under this parents care blah blah blah' and so on


Anyone with a child living with him/her should have legal custody of that child - it can avoid all sorts of problems with the child's education, medical care, etc.


An illegal alien cannot become a child's guardian. A guardian is someone who is legally allowed to look after a child and lives in a particular country legally.


No, if there is a court appointed guardian, that person has legal precedence over a parent. The guardian has the legal right to make decisions on the part of said minor w/o input from either biological parent. Even if the guardian agreed to the minor leaving the residence, it would be necessary to obtain the permission of the court that granted the guardianship.


Yes, if the parents do not "keep" their child with them that implies they leave the child with someone else. That someone else could petition the court for a legal guardianship and gain legal custody of the child. That would be in the best interest of the child and the person with whom the child lives should have legal custody.Yes, if the parents do not "keep" their child with them that implies they leave the child with someone else. That someone else could petition the court for a legal guardianship and gain legal custody of the child. That would be in the best interest of the child and the person with whom the child lives should have legal custody.Yes, if the parents do not "keep" their child with them that implies they leave the child with someone else. That someone else could petition the court for a legal guardianship and gain legal custody of the child. That would be in the best interest of the child and the person with whom the child lives should have legal custody.Yes, if the parents do not "keep" their child with them that implies they leave the child with someone else. That someone else could petition the court for a legal guardianship and gain legal custody of the child. That would be in the best interest of the child and the person with whom the child lives should have legal custody.


At the least, you will first need legal custody of the child - possibly adoption. File a "child in need of care" motion for guardianship, along with a motion for child support.



The mother files in Florida and child support enforcement handles it from there.



At 18, people are usually legally considered to be adults and they can do whatever they like as long as it's legal. If the child wants to see the father, the mother can't do much about it. She can make it difficult (if the child lives at home) by getting a restraining order, but that won't stop the child from meeting him somewhere else away from the mother.


You have sole legal control over the child, the child lives with you and the non-custodial parent has visitations.


It depends entirely on the grandchild's legal guardian(s). They have control over the affairs of the child, so if the grandparents may or may not be permitted to see their grandchild.


Yes, unless the child has been emancipated, or is in the care of the state or another guardian.



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