Yes, and you can do it and in Canada as well. Many couples will stay for the children's sakes, but sometimes I wonder if that is the best thing for them. It appears you and your husband want to go this route, so if you have a suite downstairs then he could live downstairs, while you live upstairs. If you don't then you could have separate bedrooms and if the kids ask, just say he has a bad back and needs a harder mattress. You don't need to get a legal separation to do this. Just do it! Good luck Marcy
At what age can a child in Florida decide who they want to live with?
If a child wants to live with the child's boyfriend, then the child needs to be 18.
If a married couple is separated, then they should always live apart.
Yes, you can rent an apartment at age 16, but you cannot claim child support from your own parents, whether they are together or separated.
Yes, in Florida they do
Florida. Boca Raton
in Madison Florida
No, they have been separated for a while.
You can live together for how long as you like to be married but if your not married and are just a couple you only can live together for a year or less
It may depend on the state where you live, but probably not since you do live together. The custodial parent always has the right to ask for child support.
When that child turns 18, he or she can choose to live with the noncustodial parent.
It's an urban myth that a child gets to decide who to live with at a certain age. The child will need to go back to court for the judge to decide who they live with.
No. Technically you can live in the same house and still file for divorce. Florida is a No-Fault state you dont need a reason to divorce.
they can live together as babies but after a few weeks they must be separated or else they will fight. hamsters are verry terretorial
The law that applies is the law in where the child is. In this case Florida.
In some areas of south Florida.
In the state of Wisconsin the child has to be 18 if both parents share placement.
when him and the child bond and get to know each other
14 at what age in Michigan can a child choose what parent to live with
If it matters, you probably shouldn't be seperated.
no, he could get into trouble, but not if a her.