After 18 in most states, 21 in. or with emancipation.
A child can legallyt move out of home in exas and the police will not force you to move back home.
they can't unless you are of the legal age...Parents can force a child to move out of their home when the child reaches the legal Adult age set by the state which in the majority of states is age 18 some states are 19.
At the age of 17 a child can move out of their parents home in Michigan. There is nothing the police can do to help you as a parent to bring your child home.
i think the parent has to let a child live at home until they are 18 unless they both agree the child can move out
It is illegal for a parent to force a minor child to move out. The parents are legally responsible for the child until the age of 18.
Not without parental consent as long as you are a minor.
If you have joint custody, there is one parent that is the custodial parent. A child can move in with you if you are the custodial parent or you can file in court to change your status to the custodial parent. The child should want to live with you as well.
There is nothing wrong with a parent allowing their child to move out. That does not relieve the parent of their responsibilities for the minor.
No they can not.
No, the court can bar a custodial parent from taking the child out of state away from the non-custodial parent, but cannot force the custodial parent to relocate to be closer to the NCP after they move.
When they move out of the custodial parent's home see links
18. unless ofcourse your child is mentalally challenged,or physicaly unable to look after him/her self. drug use is not a handicap, just stupidity.
no, the parent that let the boyfriend move in can face child endangerment charges
At age 19, unless there is a court order in affect that states otherwise.
It depends on the state you live in and what the laws are that govern that state. In most cases, the child can not just live with one parent, because the custody belongs to the other parent. That child can wait until the age of 18, to move-in with the other parent or that child can ask the court to move with the other parent.
Only with the permission of the court
Not unless the custodial parent agrees to it.
Well, if court says your child does not have to ever see the other parent then yes. But if not then no.
If both parents have full custody of the child(ren) and there is not a court order preventing the parent from removing the child(ren) from the home or state then the parent may legally take such an action. The parent cannot however, take the child(ren) out of the country w/o written, notarized permission from the absentee parent or an order from the court. If the parent who removes the child(ren) from the parental home has "just cause" the act cannot be one of consideration included in a custodial hearing.
Yes, however the other parent can still file an injunction for the child to be returned.
It depends on the individuals concerned. The custodian can insist the other parent travels to them to visit the child. If the non-custodian wants to take the child out for the day - it's their responsibility to return the child to the place of residence, on or before the agreed time.
Just keep in mind What is in the best interest of the child and that they love each parent,