if your teen has run a way so to speak and will not return you can file a runa way report- it will undo your responsbilty if anything goes wrong-
of course maybe a bit of couseling could help even better- life is to short and teenagers have a tough time unlike the old days-find out the source of the problem before you get in to deep
In Texas what age does a teenager have to be to choose which parent of a divorce they want to live with
i would say it would be easier to be the parent of a teenager, because some parents would just leave their kids to do what they want, and have brought them up to be responsible enough to know what is right and what is wrong. teenager because if ur a parent it would be sad 2 leave your kid,:(
They have an opinion, which could be a sign of parental alienation, or just being a teenager not wanting to be told what to do. see link
I want to Know that too!! i hate my counsiler!!
Whose home are you wanting to move to? If you want to move in with a friend or a relative, then your parents would have to agree to allow it. If this is a case of divorced parents and you wish to move in with the non-custodial parent, then the non-custodial parent would have to petition the court for custody.
Until you are 18 you will need parental consent if you want to move out.
at 18 years.
Well first try telling your parent why you want to get out. Discuss it with them. If they still say no. Ask them why.
Teach the child to respect the authority of the court. Teenagers do not want to be required to do anything with a parent. It's the job of the parent to remind them that family comes first.
You must be sixteen to move in with a different parent, but only if you can prove to the courts that the parent you want to move in with is able to take care of you, and has a stable home for you to live in. Custody laws are enacted by states. If there is not a court order forbidding such action, the only thing needed is the consent of the custodial parent. Age is irrelevant. However, if a child support order is in effect it will need to be modified.
i believe that you can move out in any state as long as your parent or guardian approves of it. if your parents dong agree with it and you still want to move out, you can think about emancipation. go to your court and get emancipated then you will be free to be a parent and move out on your own free will
18 years old. then you will be considered an adult but if you arent 18 yet then you can be as young as you want but you have to make money and have parent approval.
Well if your parents dont want you to leave then 18. Yet you can still legaly move out if there is a letter of approval signed by each parent without being 18.
you have to be a teenager because you are old enough to make your own decisions
If you have joint custody, there is one parent that is the custodial parent. A child can move in with you if you are the custodial parent or you can file in court to change your status to the custodial parent. The child should want to live with you as well.
Any age, they could tell you to move out when your are 13 if they want.
Yes they are until you are emancipated.
You will need the permission of your parent(s). But if you are in an abusive home, and your sister is an adult, she can petition the court for custody of you. But you will have to prove that the abuse does exist.
A minor cannot leave the home of the custodial parent without that parent's permission. The noncustodial parent can petition the court for custody rights pertaining to the minor child. Depending on the child's age the court will take into consideration the opinion/feelings of the child before rendering a decision.
my boys want to move in with me and I was told that at the age of 13 that they have the right to choose who they want to live with, now if the parent that you live wants to fight it you can go to court over it, but they can stop it unless it was already ordered by the court that you reside with the parent you live with now, or the parent you live with now shows the court that that the other parent you want to move in with is unfit....like on drugs, no stable home, no steady job, those type of things.......other than that they might as well let you go,because its going to be a waste of time and money going to court if the otherparent you want to live with is outstanding
yeah I believe you can, I think you get a choice when you are 13 which parent you want to live with
To me, I don't think that is fair. Once you reach a certain age (13) you should be able to choose who you want to live with, Mom or Dad. You do have a choice, and if you really want to, tell your parent.
at home, or with a good group of Friend's you really want to know ask a teenager
No. If you have your parent's permission, then you can live with who you want.