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What can you do if you are 14 and your parents share custody of you but you only want to live with one because you do not like being around the other?

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2004-11-15 19:49:33
2004-11-15 19:49:33

This is a TOUGH situation. CA Family Law Code says the court has to respect your wishes, but both parents are entitled to visitation. 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. frequent and continuing contact with both parents, Is also metioned all over the code. You might want to get your own attorney to defend your rights. for more info see GRANTING CUSTODY

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