If you are a 16-year-old with a child and you live with your mother does she or any other adult have custody over your child because you are under 18?
In a way she does have custody of your child because you are under 18 and you live in her house but if you are supporting your child by buying food, clothes, diapers ect. then you should move out. But then again you should take care of your child, not your mother but if she's helping you, enjoy it! It sounds like she is trying to be the responsible adult. Honest, that's a good thing. Perhaps when you are a little more mature you will be able to recognize that your mother is trying to do the right thing in a difficult situation. * Regardless of the intent and the situation, a minor unmarried female has the same equal rights to a child as does an adult mother. She cannot be forced to sign over her parental rights nor can any other adult arbitrarily take those rights from her, only a court can make a decision as to whom shall retain custody of a minor child.
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It depends on the laws in the jurisdiction. However, the court is not likely to penalize the minor mother by taking her child and granting custody to the adult father. Rather, he would more likely be questioned about getting a minor pregnant. Courts do not automatically take a minor's child from the mother.
If mother has sole and legal custody of eighteen year old son and son went to live with father can father get sole custody of 18 year old son?
Can a 17 yr old take her mother to court so that she can continue living with her dad.. even though her mother has full custody?
Can you get custody of your half brother if you live with your mother even though she is not his mother?
You can get legal custody over him if he is a minor in need of a legal custodian, if you are a responsible adult, and if a court agrees that you are the most suitable person to be custodian. this would be regardless of your living arrangements, as long as they are considered to be suitable for your half-brother.
Your 15 year old daughters father has sole custody of her at this time he is in prison what are your rights as her mother?
If he is is currently in prison, then OBVIOUSLY he does not have custody of her. Notify the court immediately, and file an Emergency Motion For Modification of Child Custody, so that her custody can lawfully changed to you, or another adult of the court's choosing, who CAN assume full-time responsibility for her.
What is it called when a mother and grandmother has legal right of a minor child or can that be done?
Either the biological parents have custody of a child or another adult is appointed by the court as guardian. Generally, a court must remove legal custody from the parents in order to appoint a guardian. If the grandmother has custody she would be the legal guardian. Generally, parental custody and legal guardianship cannot run together. Either the biological parents have custody of a child or another adult is appointed by the court as guardian. Generally…