My relative was an abusive teenager he's is now 35yrs old Can this be allowed in a family court custody hearing?
He will not get custody, but he can get supervised visitation.
When they have been determined to not be a an abuser. Courts do not grant custody of children to adults who have been determined to be abusive. When they have been determined to not be a an abuser. Courts do not grant custody of children to adults who have been determined to be abusive. When they have been determined to not be a an abuser. Courts do not grant custody of children to adults who… Read More
He/she can't. Only the parents can change custody.
if there is no mother, any relative can apply for custody. The court will decide who will get the child or the child ends up in foster care. A minor child is not allowed to choose who to live with.
How can your daughter who is sixteen get her own lawyer such that she can live with her mother who has NO custody and her father who has all custody He is emotionally abusive to her but no one be?
you get it for her.
no, only the parent can.
You will need a lawyer to try and get you full custody of your children and your lawyer will have to prove your husband is abusive to his children. If you presently have duel custody of your children and you take the children to the UK you could be charged with kidnapping.
How can you get an emergency custody granted when there is a court order involve and the primary custody parent is abusive in Pennsylvania?
Through a preponderance of the evidence presented to the judge
Can 16-year-old live with their dad without the consent of their mother if she does not have custody in South Carolina?
So I'm assuming you are not living with any of your parents but a relative have custody of you? That means it's the court who decides where you will live since custody issues have to go through court. They might listen to your wish but is not obligated to follow it. As a minor you are not allowed to decide yourself where to live. Speak to your dad and ask him if you can live… Read More
A relative. Someone like an aunt, uncle, or grandparent.
Can I reopen a closed child dependency case that happened in FL and fight for custody while living in NC?
they were placed in the custody of a non relative in fla when the case was closed the person who care for my kids was given long term relative custody
Is it possible to get custody of an unborn child if your wife is both verbally and emotionally abusive as well as emotionally unstable?
Custody cannot be established until a child is born.
If the child does not have parental consent to move in with this relative, then the relative would have to petition the court for custody/guardanship.
If parents get imprisoned without arranging custody for their children who gains custody in this case?
It depends on the state, usually the state takes the children into custody, or the closest family relative.
Speak to your father or a trusted adult. If there is abuse, Child's Protective Services could force your mother to not allow her boyfriend at the house.
Can a mother in Washington DC file for custody and support if a stay away order was placed against her?
Not if she was abusive
A minor cannot decide with whom they wish to live. It would be necessary for the father to give the minor permission to move in with the relative and provide for the minor's support if that is allowed. In lieu of that, the relative would have to file a petition with the court to be granted custody or guardianship.
A parent can turn a teenager over to state custody and get them removed from the home at 16.
From what I read both parents must sign temporary custody for it to be valid. If parent with custody signs over temporary custody to a non relative can noncustodial parent step in and take child?
Not without a a first right of refusal in the current custody orders, or custody modification
This would be dependent on circumstances, such as the mother being abusive.
Custody would normally go to the closest living relative, and if there are no relatives available, the child becomes a ward of the state.
The Aunt would need to file a motion for custody of a child in need of care.
Yes. The grandparent will need to go through the proper legal channels, but if he or she can prove that the biological parent is abusive and unfit to be the child's guardian, they can win custody.
Normally the child/children would become wards of the state until a suitable relative could be found who was willing to take custody of the children
What happens if you want to go live with your dad an make sure he can get full custody unsted of your mom but the thing is your dads in jail?
If you are a minor you are not allowed to decide where to live, it's up to the judge if your parents can't decide. And clearly you can't live with your dad if he's in prison. If your mother gives up custody you can end up with a relative or in a foster home.
If your parents get divorced and your 15 year old brother does not want to live with either of them is he allowed to come live with you or do you have to fight for custody or what?
you have to fight for custody
Generally, custody must be changed through the court and if the parents agree a modification of the custody order must be filed and allowed. However, an eighteen year old is no longer subject to custody orders in most jurisdictions. You should check with the court to see if the custody order is still in effect. Generally, custody must be changed through the court and if the parents agree a modification of the custody order must… Read More
What is the law in Georgia regarding the courts appoints the father as custody of the children and he dies who gets custody of the children?
The other parent unless they lost custody because they were unfit. Then a relative can get it if they are interested or the child ends up in foster care.
You have an 8 month old with an abusive man you want to get custody and no visitiations for him he has never paid child support or got anything for your child?
Only if the relative whom you wish to live with requests that the court award them custody of you. Or if their parents let them.
Usually about 1-2 weeks but it can be a long as 30 days. Ast the other side has to be notified and allowed to anser the custody filing
If the father has been found unfit and does not have custody the aunt can apply for custody in court like any other relative but she has no special rights.
Is your ex wife allowed to move your son out of the country without your permission if she has sole custody?
Yes, because she has SOLE custody, so you have nothing on the kid legally.
The courts would prefer to find some other competent relative such as a grandparent or possibly an aunt or uncle of the child, in such a case. If no such relative can be found who is willing to take custody of the child, then the child will become a ward of the state.
Not if they are being held in custody. Then they are only allowed the normal contact allowed to all prisoners.
Up to 100% of the time. There is no maximum.
not neccessary. if the mom is found to be not responsible enough then the court may give the custody 2 any relative who is well to do and mentally sound and can look after the children.
Abuse as a child now with abusive boyfriend what control does the abusive boyfiend have over my granddaughter that she keeps going back too him?
maybe she has low self esteem, maybe she's pregnant and doesn't wanna fight for custody of the child, maybe she thinks she deserved it
If you are 17 and have a 2 month old baby how are the ways to get out of your house if your parents are mentally abusive to the teenager is there any way she can get out of the house?
In the US, by having a child, the teenager is legally emancipated from her parents. Therefore, she is free to move out at any point in time given she can prove that she can provide for the child. If her parents chose to take her to court, she may lose custody of the child if there is not a substanial method of income, shelter, food, clothing all the basic neccessities. If she were to move… Read More
depending on the situation, "custodial parent," "caretaker relative," "custodian" or "guardian"
If your parents have legal custody of you, and presumably they do, you will need their permission.
Getting a court to reassign custody of a child is a long and heart-breaking process, and can be much more difficult for a non-parent relative. If you believe the child is in danger, you should contact the police. Otherwise, consult a family law attorney in the state in which the child resides.
The guidelines are basically the same in every state but obviously there are a few minor differences. Joint custody consists of Primary Custody & Secondary Custody. The parent with primary custody is who the child lives with & the other parent has secondary custody. Depending on the age of the child & the state in which they reside, the court may let them determine where they choose to live. Or if both parents agree on… Read More
What age do you have to be to choose to live with your mother or father when the mother has custody?
Legally minors are not allowed to choose.
er...NO he will turn into Micheal Jackson if h does
If my exboyfriend keeps making false alligations against me in my custody case with him can the case be possibly thrown out?
Yes, only mothers are allowed to make false allegations in a custody case.
Will a mother lose custody of her two young children for a positive drug test for marijuana for herself and her seventeen year old daughter?
I think that a person should not be allowed to have custody.
Can a relative get custody of a child over a non-custodial parent if the child is removed from the custodial parent's home?
Yes, but keep in mind that the law is predisposed to award custody to one or both of the parents. If you have serious concerns about custody going to the NCP, I suggest you discuss this with a lawyer.
You leave when he's not around WITH them. or See an attorney immediately and get a court order for temporary custody.
If you have sole legal custody in the state of Oregon if you died would your husband get custody of your minor children or would their legal father get custody?
My husband had this happen to him..... The mother had sole custody, she died in a car accident. Father picked her up and now had sole custody of her. We called around to different attourneys to see if we had to do anything through the courts to get sole custody, and we were told that due to bio mother dying biodad instantly got sole custody. Now if he didn't want sole custody then a near… Read More