No court order is needed. If the child leaves, you file a runaway report with the police. A CRO is unlikely to prevent a 17-year-old from leaving the state, but it will allow authorities to take the minor into custody and return them to their parents or legal guardian. Contact the office of the clerk of the family court in the county in which the minor lives or the local office of domestic relations to obtain specific information.
Yes, it can. Moving in with the other parent is grounds for "flipping" child support payments. However, this must be done by court order.
The legal age for moving out in Texas is 18.
The cost of moving from Texas to Georgia depends on what the person is moving with and exactly where they are moving to.
Yes, their child is 17 and has not reached the age of majority. Until that age the parents are responsible and make the decisions.
In Texas what age does a teenager have to be to choose which parent of a divorce they want to live with
they are moving when they want to
what is the legal age for a child in the state of Texas decide which parent they want to live with
You have to be 18 to get married without Parent Consent and 14 with Parent Consent in Texas.
i think you shouldn't be introuble for moving out of your home in Texas if your17 as long as you have some where to go.
Yes. Custody issues are civil affairs and police will not become involved unless a custodial parent has a court order of requisition to have the minor returned to their custody.
No there is no need for the child to go to Texas.
when they move out.
No, they are not.
im from Texas and the anser is most definitely yes!
He is in Tx
Yes they are moving to Tarrent county Texas and were scene at the house
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No, the age of consent for being an independent is 17 in Texas.
If the child is a minor (under 18yrs.), yes, the marriage can be stopped by a parent. The child can not marry without the consent of a parent/legal guardian or custodial parent.
Yes. The marital status of the custodial parent change does not change the obligation of the noncustodial parent.