Yes, your parents have to agree that you can live there so the other adult can be your legal guardian. Or you have to go to a court and prove that your life at home with either parent is bad and that life with the other adult is stable and they are responsible, etc. It may be hard to get it done, but if living with your parents is really bad, it will be worth the effort. They may suggest some counseling for all of you to see if you can be happy with one of your parents. I think you should talk to your mom and dad and tell them how you are feeling.
If you are asking this question for yourself, I have no doubt that you have reason to consider your parents 'unstable'. If this is the case and their behaviour or treatment of you is likely to cause you harm, then you would be very unlikely to be forced to do to remain in their care.
If another person is willing to undertake your care, they should be assessed by Social Services as a carer. If you go to live with this person without your parents consent and they complain then the Social Services will be required to investigate the circumstances.
They may decide that your new carer is not suitable, in which case you will be faced with foster care or residential care as the only alternatives to being with your parents.
Only go to these lengths if you are 100% sure that your 'stable adult' is likely to pass muster with the authorities. Good Luck
No but the state will put you in fostercare unless you know someone who is willing to be your fosterparent.
Yes but he would still be responsible for child support unless the child is adopted by another adult willing to take legal responsibility for the child.Yes but he would still be responsible for child support unless the child is adopted by another adult willing to take legal responsibility for the child.Yes but he would still be responsible for child support unless the child is adopted by another adult willing to take legal responsibility for the child.Yes but he would still be responsible for child support unless the child is adopted by another adult willing to take legal responsibility for the child.
Absolutely. There is no rule stating that someone can only love one person at a time.They can love their parents, children, friends... themselves... and the latter is usually what it really is when they tell you they love you (and now I mean romantic involvement) and another at the same time. Of course they can do that. But are you really willing to sell yourself that cheap?
That information would need to come directly from the parties involved or someone with knowledge who is willing to come forth. Child support and custodial issues are not a matter of public record as they relate to minors.
Sure, all you need is to find someone willing to pay for building another moon rocket.
If they are willing to be emancipated, as than they will have that right. see links
You can sell anything that another person is willing to purchase.You can sell anything that another person is willing to purchase.
The bid price is the price that someone is willing to pay for that stock, the ask price is what someone is willing to sell that stock for. If the stock is up to $1, for example, when you buy it the lowest someone is willing to sell it for could be $1.01, and someone else may be willing to buy it at $.99.
Whatever someone is willing to pay and you are willing to accept.
I would be willing to bet on it.
One way is if the child is adopted by someone else who is willing to become responsible for supporting the child. Otherwise you need to petition the court to modify or terminate the child support order.
In order to have a functional relationship with someone who has borderline personality disorder the main thing is to accept that they have a condition and to be able to provide support and understanding. If you are willing to live with it, then you can make the relationship work. Offer support, learn about the illness, and work with them to make it as manageable as possible.
Involve your parents.
Usually you have to pay child support when you terminate your parental rights regardless whether you are willing to do it or not. If you are allowed to terminate them is up to the judge.
You can't make someone quit smoking. Who are you anyway to suggest that it's your right to make someone quit? But i digress, all you can do is offer them support if they are willing to quit, support includes not smoking around them, and talking with them when they feel they need to smoke. Again a person will never be able to quit if they don't want to.
If you do not live with the child or directly support them you do.
They are worth no more or less than what someone is willing to pay for it. There is one for sale for $300 and another for $3,000.
If their parents are willing and can afford to support them then it is acceptable until the young person is able to make their own arrangements. For the benefit of all it should not be a permanent arrangement.
Even if your parents are willing to allow emancipation, the court still has to approve it. They would require that you be able to fully support yourself, so depending on your boyfriend to provide (even partial) support would not meet that requirement. With that said, if there is abuse, then report it!
Paying child support does not automatically give someone the right to visitation. Assuming the other parent has custody and is not willing to voluntarily allow visitation, you'd have to petition for court-order visitation.
A cornerstone is one of the stones that supports the entire weight of the building. If someone doesn't want to be one for you, they're letting you know that they are not willing to support you totally. They want you to support yourself instead.
I doubt they will to jail for non-payment of child support -especially if they are willing to make payments on arrears and continue current payments. Sounds like they are starting to do the responsible thing.
Help him get through it an 8th time and if necessary 9th time. As long as you friend is alays willing to get the help they need you must be there for support
People had to be willing to defend and support their country
No, the age of 17 is not yet an adult. Until majority is reached the parents are responsible.