Minor children have little recourse in deciding which parent they want to live with. They do, however have the right to express their preference/feelings to the judge.
Yes it is possible for a step parent to adopt their significant others child. The process is done with the help of a judge.
no because you have to have the judge and the other parent to say yes
is jayz a parent and is he living with byonce
The living parent may still be ordered to pay support. Why doesn't the living parent have custody? see link below
dont know probably not because ur still living with a parent
Either parent can file for temporary custody, while in possession of the child. Challenging this claim will require a full hearing. Living circumstance is not always a consideration in the initial filing.see link
No, both sibling have the same right to inherit from a parent. The parent can choose to give children different inheritances by will.
I think yes because they should know about their dependants life.
Unless the custodial order specifically forbids either parent from having significant others from living or engaging in an extended stay at their residence, there would be no basis for contention. This does not mean that a parent could not petition the court to have the oder amended to include such stipulations. But unless just cause such as child endangerment could be proven, it's unlikely the motion would be granted..
what right does a parent or guardianhave when a 18 year old is still living at home in pennsylvania
I like my parents because they cared for me when I was little. I like my parent because they gave me morale support. I like my parent because they were created by the Almighty
"Mind your business"
A teen parent living at home with their parents has the right and responsibility to raise their child and not leave it up to the grandparents to do it.
It depends on why the living parent didn't have custody. If the custodial parent has passed away the noncustodial parent has to apply for custody in court.
Only if the noncustodial parent becomes the custodial parent and gets a judgment to this effect.
I D'NT KNOW
Piggy's aunt runs a candy store. Piggy live with his aunt because both of his parent are dead when he was little
It requires a motion to the court. If there is a legitimate reason for this, an official request can be made with the Office of Child Support Enforcement by the obligee parent. However, the obligor parent should only allow this in cases where the parents are back living together, and not because so called "other arrangements" have been made. This can lead to significant problems if the obligee parent changes their mind at some point in the future and claims no-support, or worse, by moving to another state and filing a new claim, retroactive.
Only if the parent is the legal guardian of the child's person. If the child is a danger to herself or others, the parent can petition the courts for involuntary commitment.
A living thing that produces another living thing like itself is called a parent.
Nothing until a motion to modify support is filed.