The child can choose from the age of 12 and older.
There is no such process. A child of 12 is not allowed to choose.
Age 18 see links
My child wants to choose to live with her Father, her Mother has custody. Is this possible.
At what age can a child choose which parent to live with in Massachusetts?
I want to know at what age must my daughter be before she can choose which parent she wants to live with.
At what age can a child choose which parent they want to live with
The child has to be of legal age, usuallly 18, before deciding which parent s/he wants to live with. Until then, the judge will decide if the parents don't agree on custody.
14 at what age in Michigan can a child choose what parent to live with
What age legally can child choose which parent to live with in west virginia?
The minimum age that the child can decide who he wants to live with is 18 years.
There is not a particular age in Virginia where a child can choose which parent to live with. A judge will speak to the child and take their feelings into consideration.
no see links below
At age 18 when they are an adult and no longer a child.
Under Tennessee statute, the court will consider the reasonable preference of the child over the age of 12. They can choose to listen to what the child wants but they are not obliged to follow that wish. And the child can only choose between parents not friends etc. To move from parents they need parental consent. The court will not agree to that a child moves from fit parents to live with friends or grandparents.
18. And it's not an absolute right; at the very least, the person he's moving in with has to be okay with it.
18 in any state. But let's be real, it's California, who's gonna stop you?
In Illinois, there is no legal age for a child to choose which parent they wish to live with. A court might consider testimony in regards to these matters, but there is no provision in the law for a child to choose.
When you are 18 year old, you can choose where you want to live.
She has to be 18yo.
When that child turns 18, he or she can choose to live with the noncustodial parent.
At the age of eighteen.