You can get emancipated. File at the local courthouse. * Being placed in the custody of another person and being emancipated are two different things. A minor doesn't get to decide who has custody of them. The only way a court will remove custody from your parents is if they have been proven to be unfit in some manner. As far as emancipation, in the state of Louisiana if your parents don
It is not an automatic switch. However, the non custodial parent may file to take custody. If this is not an option another family member may step up.
Yes, IF you have parental consent (from both parents if they both have custody)
I dont think so my dad did that and my mom fiiled him
Too complicated to summarize dues to the type of law structure in the state.
The mother automatically have custody from birth and the father can petition for custody, visitation and also pay child support after he has proved paternity in court by providing a DNA test. As long as the mother is fit he will get shared custody at the most.
They can't in a custody case. They are seen in chambers. see links
Can a father who has joint custody with the mother stop her from visiting another state with the child
I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW CAN I GET CUSTODY OF MY COUSIN AWY FROM HER MOTHER
No, you cannot move a child out of state if you have joint custody.
if she's the biological mother
No. see link
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In the state of Louisiana, it is possible for a parent, withut a lawyer, to file a motion for temporary custody while the other parent is in possession of the child and refusing visitation.
The party with legal custody makes the decision. Physical custody is another matter between the parties. Many couples have joint custody with physical custody to the mother. Whoever has legal custody has the right to make important decisions.
The unmarried mother has sole custody and control in every state at the time of the birth until the father establishes his paternity in the family court.
Like any state, it comes down to the evidence presented. See links below.
No. If you are not married the mother have custody automatically since birth. The only way for the father to get it is by proving paternity in court and he can then petition for custody, visitation and pay child support. Until then he can not stop her and the child form leaving. If you are married she can also leave with the child and so could you since you both have equal right to the child then.
They do not have to give up custody. They should appoint a guardian to represent them.
A court may listen to your opinion starting at about 13 or 14, but they will never allow you to choose custody rights yourself. You will be allowed to make decisions yourself when you are the age of 18.
Yes because the mother had no custody over the child
Sole custody is not common these days except for single mothers. see links
YES, you will need it.
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It means that a person has been found guilty, by a judge, of violating a court order with respect to the custody of another person. Custody is the legal right of a parent to their children.