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
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
The amount of child support that must be paid depends on the income of the parents and is not impacted by the child being in the custody of a grandparent. You can visit the related link for a calculator based on your particular details.The amount of child support that must be paid depends on the income of the parents and is not impacted by the child being in the custody of a grandparent. You can visit the related link for a calculator based on your particular details.The amount of child support that must be paid depends on the income of the parents and is not impacted by the child being in the custody of a grandparent. You can visit the related link for a calculator based on your particular details.The amount of child support that must be paid depends on the income of the parents and is not impacted by the child being in the custody of a grandparent. You can visit the related link for a calculator based on your particular details.
I don't see how the parent not paying child support play any role in custody for the grandparents. If the parents are found unfit the grandparents have a chance for custody just like other relatives do. The biological parents are still the ones paying child support. Not being able to pay child support does not make you a unfit parent.
If there is no court order and the parents are married, then both parents share custody 50/50. They should come up with a parenting plan while legal custody is being determined. If one parent feels they should have custody for whatever reason, then go to the courthouse and file for temporary custody. The parent who does this is most likely to keep the kids in the settlement. Losing the kids temporarily doesn't look good and it is an uphill battle to get them back.
There are no guarantees they will give you custody but if the children are in a abusive home you have to report this to the Child Protective Service. If they after investigating find your parents unfit the court will remove your parents parental rights and then they end up in foster care and you can petition for custody or being their foster care parent. But like I said, there are no guarantees the judge will find you suitable at this young age.
A lot actually. You may not notice it but a lot of the time parents are arguing constantly all around the world about who gets the kid/kids. Now there are more "civilized" parents out there that can keep there anger down or just talk it over. A lot of the time a parent walks out of the kids life/ family's life because of a spous's argument or because they are just being jerks. But just remember that this is not your fault that they are leaving nor that they are fighting. Lexi Cameron
Which parent has custody and what does that custody agreement say. If there is NO custody agreement, written or verbal, then simply taking your OWN child out of the state does not pose a legal problem. However, if the intent is to take the child from the other legally recognized parent will cause legal ramifications because you could certainly be sued for custody. If a custody battle ensues, understand it will be much more difficult for the child that they be able to remain in his/her environment, school, with friends, extended family, etc. A battle in 2 states will cause more grief than good. All this being said under the assumption that both parents are fit and loving parents to the child.
well it depends on why its being blocked and if the parent is blocking it just because they don't want the child to see the other parent, if that is the case it isn't allowed and you should speak to the court about this i know this because my parents have been in custody battles since i was 3 and i havent seen my dad in a year because the visitation things.
Haha, are you planning on leaving? You must be 18 years of age to own property, but if you find away around that ( have the house in someone else's name), then the 'child' would not be placed back into custody. There are a few exceptions to this rule, however, living conditions and aggressive behavior being a few.
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