The child has to be 18.
18 unless the parents let the child choose.
As long as you are a minor you are not allowed to decide who you will live with.
The age of majority in Ohio is 18. Under that age, if there is a dispute of custody during a divorce, a judge will determine who the child lives with. Of course, the judge can take into consideration a child's preference.
A child in Ohio can choose who they live with depending on the maturity of the child. A judge usually decides what's best for the child and rules on that.
Child support in Ohio usually continues until the child is 18, and up to the age of 21 if the child is in school. Whether or not you have to pay child support if the child is living with the noncustodial parent depends on the support order that it is in place Typically you can expect that you will have to expect to pay support.
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Situation: Custodial parent and child live in Nevada, non-custodial parent lives in Ohio. Possibly, but you would probably have to petition a court in Nevada.
No, a minor can not sue their own parent in the state of Iowa. A child can file for emancipation from a parent in the state.
Until the child is 18, the parent is responsible for the child by law.
Yes, if the other parent is absent from the home.
Ohio has jurisdiction over the non-custodian parent. The Philippines has no jurisdiction over the non custodian parent and as far as I know the Philippines has no jurisdiction out side of their county.
When you are 18 or when the parents agree to allow the child to decide.
In Ohio it is considered abandonment if a child is neglected or suffers physical or mental injury by a parent. It is also abandonment if a parent leaves their child for any period of time without any support, money, or communication.
When he/she is 18.
The child already lives with the custodial parent.In the child wants to live with the non custodial parent that parent must petition for a modification of the custody order. The "best interests of the child" is considered by the judge. The court will hear what the child has to say, if the child is old enough to reason, but will not necessarily do what the child asks.At age eighteen the child can make their own decision.
This sounds like a hearing held in Ohio to determine whether the child support payments of a non-custodial parent will be changed (adjusted).
!8. As long as you are a minor the decision is not up to you.
I live in Ohio and I do believe the child in question must live with the parent MORE than 50% of the year for that particular parent to be "the Residential Parent". In my case, it was described in the Divorce Decree that I was to be the sole custodian and residential parent. If you need further info, try calling the Ohio State Bar Association and see if they can point you in the right direction or give you the info you need- they may even be able to do it for "free". :) peggy
Only if his or her parent(s) or primary custodial parent agrees to the living arrangements.