Your parent must request a modification in the court ordered custody.
In virtually every state in the USA you can not choose which parent to live with as long as you are a minor. When parents are divorced the court issues a custody order that addresses both physical and legal custody. Sometimes the parents are mature and both desire to make the divorce as comfortable as possible for the children and they agree on an arrangement. In that case the court makes that agreement the custody order. If the parents cannot agree the court will decide the best arrangement and issue a custody and visitation order.
Some states require that a judge review a child's request and the reasons for their request but the final decision lies with the judge who will render an order that the court determines is in the best interest if the child.
It is a common fact amongst divorced families that one parent, usually the non-custodial parent, is more permissive, buys the children more, plays the children against the other parent, doesn't want to pay child support, has an unrealistic view of what physical custody would involve and generally does not take on the role of disciplinarian. That is not good parenting and often happens when the parents are not on the best terms. It casts the custodial parent in the role of the bad guy. The result is the children want to live with that non-custodial parent. No amount of whining or fighting or sabotage can change the court ordered custody arrangement but that type of situation creates unnecessary stress in an already stressful situation. On the other hand, with short term visitations the non-custodial parent often needn't deal with more serious day to day issues nor with discipline.
The change in custody cannot be made without the court's approval. The court order must be modified and the parent who wishes to have it modified must provide evidence that the custodial parent is unfit and the change of custody would be in the best interest of the children. The parents should explain this reality to the children so they will stop thinking they can live with the other parent simply by choice.
most times step children want to ruin a relationship in hopes to possibly get thier parents back together. i know from experience. its a cry for help in a way. they either dont like the step parent or they just simply dont like the fact that youre in love with someone other then thier other parent.
Although I wouldnt recommend it, you could always find a way to communicate through email, texts, calls and other devices without your parents knowing. Having friends and their parents cover for you when youre out could be another possible option. But if you really like this person, then I would suggest letting your parents know. At least with them knowing, you wouldnt be lying and sneaking around. It would prevent a lot of stress.
Because you still have commitments to the person you're still married to until youre divorced you still have responsibilities.
Technically, not with out your parents permission. If you wanted to move out, youre parents would have to be ok with it, or you have to be 17.
you cant divorce your parents period. But you can contact the police if youre having serious problems or child services
you wont ever be, because it is very inappropriate.
if youre emancipated from your parents they have no legal grounds to detain you.
well since youre young youre not old enough to take care of yourself yet ,but the only way is moving with an adult.
Blast music. Shout. Fight. Ask lots of questions.
Be open with your parents, respect them and tell them exactly why you feel it is important to do what you're doing. Showing respect will make them appreciate you more.
No, youre in love with yourself
you can work for your parents or help people in your neighborhood,but if youre too lazy you could just scream and run around until people think youre so poor youre trying to kill yourself so they will give you money . WARNING:THIS MIGHT NOT BE TRUE SO DONT ALWAYS DO ONLY DO IT IF YOURE GULIBALE
18 because if your 17 youre technically still a minor
in petalburg city after you defeat youre dad talk to him and he tells you that they would like to see you
cause they are really annoyed because youre bothering them or breaking something
Parents have babys by rubbing on each other And letting A type of air from their bodies interacting this starts to create a baby. A chromosome uses yx to determine if youre a boy or girl
it is when a line of college guys line up and walk around either by holding the erect penis of the member behind them. It can also be with putting youre thumb in youre mouth and the other thumb in the butthole in front of you and switching youre thumbs when you stumble you switch. it is when a line of college guys line up and walk around either by holding the erect penis of the member behind them. It can also be with putting youre thumb in youre mouth and the other thumb in the butthole in front of you and switching youre thumbs when you stumble you switch.
I recently heard youre not allowed in if youre wearing pyjamas because it causes offence to other shoppers.
no its a choice youre not born with them unless they get there baby a tattooAnswer maybe; the child may grow up and see that the tattoos are socially acceptable, due to the fact that both parents have tattoos and have them as well. OR on the other hand, the child may rebel from parents and be against tattoos and anything of that nature. Psychology is very complex.
nothing, youre an adult at 18. but if you still live in their house then they may still have curfew.
They will love you uncoditionally but that doesnt stop them from finding you annoying if youre being a little prick
well if youre parents are down for it- you can do hookah, or put on some music for dancing.
If your parents allow it. If not, you have to wait til you're 18. (if youre in the US at least)
joint custody is just given to make the other person who doesnt have all legal rights feel better, they don't have any real rights of the child, but theyt do get visitation rights. and if you went to live with the other parent of course theyd be allowed to enroll you into school, if they couldn't even do that, then they wouldn't even be able to have youre papers to take you to the hospital in case something happened Of course who else would enroll the child?? Joint custody gives your 50% rights on school, church and medical decisions. So go for it and if the other parent objects to this then take it up in court. How can you object to enrolling a kid in School is unclear to me.