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This relative would have to petition the court for custody/guardianship. Of course, they would have to prove to the court that the mother is mentally unstable/unfit. And, even if that is proven, it's not an automatic guarantee that the court would award custody/guardianship to the relative. The court does have the option of placing the minor under state care. If you are in an unsafe environment, then call the authorities!

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Q: If your father is deceased and your mother is mentally unstable can you live with a non-blood relative at 15 in Missouri?
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