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Yes. As the custodial parent she can excercise her parental rights accordingly. Who she lives with is irrelevant. If there is an objection by another family member(s) a hearing can be granted for all sides to state their positions. If the court finds it advisable custody can be granted to another acceptable adult.

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Q: If you live with your grandmother but your mom has custody and lives with her boyfriend does she have the right to tell you what to do?
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It's not as simple as yes or no. The grandmother has no fundamental legal right to see the baby. However, the mother does not have the sole right to determine who may and may not see the baby unless she has sole custody. In cases of joint custody, she would have to petition a court to establish this as part of the custody decree. She stands a reasonable chance of succeeding if she can prove the grandmother represents an actual danger to the child, less of one if the court feels the mother is just being a vindictive witch.


Does the mom have the right to not let the father have overnight visits with his child if he lives with his girlfriend and their baby?

If the mom has custody. If they have to split custody then no she doesn't.


Can a mother and her boyfriend or husband file for full custody of the mothers children together that you share joint custody with your exhusband who is the childrens father?

Boyfriend or husband (unless he is the biological father) has no legal right to the child at all. The mother can try to go for full custody though.


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If a child is in custody of the state and is out of state living with the grandmother does the father have a right to go and retreive the child?

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Im 16 livin in Texas with dad and mom has signed over full custody but im wantin to move back in wit her do i have a choice ncourt or would i have more chance moving in with gma who still has custody?

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