In Tennessee can a 16-year-old choose to go back and live with a parent that has a past history of proven drug usage and where the child was delinquent from school to the point of failing?
Here's the code for CA - Tenessee is probably similar. What are the best interests of the child?
3042. (a) If a child is of sufficient age and capacity to reason so as to form an intelligent preference as to custody, the court shall consider and give due weight to the wishes of the child in making an order granting or modifying custody
A 16-year-old cannot just choose where they want to live. They must abide by the custody order of the court. The non-custodial parent can petition the court to change custody. In that event, the child would be able to advise the judge of where it is that they would prefer to live, but the judge makes the final decision. In the situation you described, *merely in my personal opinion*, it's unlikely the judge would grant this parent custody. However, I am not an attorney, and you might want to speak with one.
William Randolph Carter has written: 'History of the First regiment of Tennessee volunteer cavalry in the great war of the rebellion' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Tennessee Cavalry. 1st Regt., 1862-1865, History, Regimental histories, Tennessee Cavalry, 1st, Tennessee cavalry, Tennessee cavalry. 1st reg't, 1862-1865.
I believe you can graduate cause I hear of people failing history all the time, but I never failed history or graduated yet so I am not absolutely sure. I do know that failing to many classes will prevent you from moving on to the next grade or graduating. If you are faced with failing a class, then it is not to late to get your grade up a bit. I suggest you should get…
Tennessee has a number of museums. The National Civil Rights Museum is a museum in Memphis. Tennessee State Museum in Nashville depicting the history of the Tennessee. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a popular tourist attraction in Nashville. The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture is a located in Knoxville. The Hunter Museum of American Art is located in Chattanooga. The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is a railroad museum in…
There is a link below to a more complete history, but a few things worth noting include: The earliest English settlers moved to Tennessee in 1756. It became a state in 1796. Tennessee seceded from the union in 1861 and became part of the Confederacy. It was the site of a number of important battles of the Civil War. The Tennessee Valley Authority put up several dams there in the 1930s.
Technically it is a paid, and no longer delinquent account. But it is still considered as a negative account by the FICO scoring model. The bureaus want to show your entire payment history to any lender subscriber to their service. This will still be reported as a negative account for up to seven years.
James Weston Livingood has written: 'A department's story' -- subject- s -: History, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Chemistry Dept 'Chattanooga' -- subject- s -: History, Industries, Economic conditions, Pictorial works 'Hamilton County' -- subject- s -: History
For just about any delinquent balance after your deadline on your short-term loan, yet another 0.5% monthly is going to be billed on the delinquent principal balance. You'll be blocked from receiving other short-term loans and blocked from registration and asking for your transcript. Furthermore, your credit history will reflect the default in your short-term loan.