Generally no, as you're no longer the parent. Read More
Yes signing over custody is not the same as giving up your parental rights. You still have the right to visitation for example. Read More
Procedure depends on state law where you reside and what exactly you are signing over. Rights? Custody? Read More
If the aunt is not agreeable, it will require a custody challenge, including demonstrating that child support was paid during the time period. Read More
Joint custody is 50/50. Custody means one parent chosen over the other as primary. Read More
What if one set of grandparents trick the parents into signing over primary custody of their child without letting the other grandparents know?
That's a matter for the courts to revoke the custody agreement. Read More
If you're in the US, you would have to petition the court for a change of custody. Rather the court would grant your petition or not, would depend on many factors. Read More
You should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody issues. Read More
It's not custody, it's guardianship, and there's no cost. Read More
Possession of and control over. legal term for people or evidence. Read More
How can you get custody of a younger sibling if both your parents are mentally unstable and won't agree to signing over guardianship?
You file a child in need of care motion with the court. Read More
Can you legally leave your house and live with who you want with your grandparents only having temporary custody?
That means they have custody of you and decide over you. Your mother also decide over you and she can end the temporary custody whenever she likes. So you can not decide anything until you are 18yo. Read More
That completely depends on whether or not you voluntarily terminated your parental rights or the courts removed them before custody was re-assigned. If this happened, you have no rights. If it did not, you would need to refer to your court documents to see which rights, if any, were retained when you relinquished custody as this may be modified on a case-by-case basis. Read More
That phrase is in error. Sole custody means that one person, usually a parent, has full legal and physical custody. Joint custody means that both parents share legal custody although the child may live with one parent who has physical custody. That phrase is in error. Sole custody means that one person, usually a parent, has full legal and physical custody. Joint custody means that both parents share legal custody although the child may live… Read More
No. Custody means the child lives with you. Support means you are paying the parent who has custody. Read More
when you're in full custody someone has control over you. Like the police when they have custody over you they have captured you and you're in their control. Read More
Request a modification of the custody order at the court that has jurisdiction over the case. Read More
You must file a petition for modification of the custody order in the court that has jurisdiction over the case. You must provide compelling evidence regarding why the court should take custody from the mother and transfer sole custody to you. Generally, that means you would need to prove the mother is an unfit parent. See related question. You must file a petition for modification of the custody order in the court that has jurisdiction… Read More
physical means you got posession sole means you got it all Read More
yes you do have to have full legal rights to sign over custody. Read More
Generally: A couple could execute a prenuptial agreement that mentions the custody of the children if the couple should split. A court may consider that agreement if custody becomes a contentious issue it but would be under no obligation to abide by it. Courts make custody orders on the basis of what is best for the children. Two individuals signing an agreement regarding custody cannot tie the court's hands on that issue. Generally: A couple… Read More
It means no rights, or responsibility to the child. No claiming them either when they become successful. see links Read More
It means that a person has been found guilty, by a judge, of violating a court order with respect to the custody of another person. Custody is the legal right of a parent to their children. Read More
What happens if in the court documentation it does not stipulate what type of custody is granted it just states mother is granted custody?
it means she has sole custody. Read More
how do a parent go about signing over parental rights Read More
it means the person who have custody have to deiced when the child can visit the other party, Read More
Physical custody means that a person (typically the parent) has the right to have the child living with them. This could be sole physical custody, or even joint physical custody in which the parents share custody of their child. Read More
Technically your parents will always have custody over you. But if you are a citizen then not really. Read More
How can i have the primary residence changed to me the non custodial parent after signing custody agreement in2002 my son has lived with me.?
File a motion to modify Read More
If you are not one of the parents, it would required the approval of a child in need of care motion by the court. Read More
You have to apply in court and they will see what is best for the child. Read More
With his permission you can. Read More
No. "Signing over rights" means legal rights. Generally, legal rights can only be affected by a court decree. The mother would need to sign over her rights by consenting to a guardianship by some other responsible adult approved and appointed by a court. That person would become the child's legal guardian. The father must consent also. If she wants to sign over her rights to the father then she would need to consent to his… Read More
Can a 17 year old chose to live with the mother if the father has custody and do so immediately without the mother being arrested for kidnap?
No. You have to go through the court system if the father has legal custody but you can also go through the court system and get emancipated which means noone has legal custody over you so that means that you can live wherever without anyones permission. It's totally rockin'!!!! Read More
It means a motion has been filed in court to obtain or modify physical and or legal possession or control over a minor child. Read More
No he cant he doesnt have any rights over you. if your mom has custody over you she can tho. Read More
How often is the father awarded custody of the child over the mother in North Carolina? Read More
Signing over one's parental rights does not does not terminate child support. Read More
Only if the document you sign specifies that your child support obligations are ended with the signing of the document. Do not assume signing over your rights automatically frees you from child support obligations! Read More
No. If a custody action has been filed then the court has jurisdiction over the child and has the authority to render a decision. It would not be wise for the parent with present custody to flee. No. If a custody action has been filed then the court has jurisdiction over the child and has the authority to render a decision. It would not be wise for the parent with present custody to flee. No… Read More
If legal and physical custody was granted to the mother is that the same as full physical and full legal custody?
Yes. Legal and physical custody granted to the mother means full, sole legal and physical custody. Read More
No, only parents have custody rights. If they are found unfit the other relatives have equal rights to get a chance for custody. Read More
No. Legal custody must be established by a court order. Read More
It means that another person is appointed to receive decision making powers as far as the child is concerned. Depending on the jurisdiction, it may also include physical custody (where the child lives) but may not. One parent may have physical custody (the child lives with them) but another parent, legal custody. It can get pretty complicated and mind boggling. You'd have to look at the custody document to get a good idea of what… Read More
Signing the child up for a school is something the custodial guardian do so if you share custody you have to agree on this. Read More
Yes a minor Mother does have custody, But because she is a minor her parents have the say over her and she over the minor child of her's. Depending of the age of the minor mother as to what choices she has in dealing with her parents. Read More