When can a parent have a child removed from the home?
When their life and/or the lives of others in the home are put in danger due to the child's use of force or threat of it.
In general, child protection does not get involved in custody in any way. If a child is removed from an unfit home the noncustodial parent can often have the child placed with them, but are considered a foster parent in the legal sense. There is a federal law that states that the offending parent has 15 out of the next 22 consecutive months to rehabilitate and get custody back of their child. If this does…
Your cousin once removed is the child of your cousin who is not described as removed, or the parent of your cousin who is not removed. For example, your second cousin once removed is the child of your second cousin, or the parent of your third cousin, depending on which of you is in the older generation.
If the child is a minor, no, they cannot. Expelling a minor for from their parent or legal guardian's home is an act of neglect. Generally when police officers encounter a child who has been kicked out or locked out, they will bring them back to the parent and force the parent to let them back in. If they refuse, they are arrested and charged with neglect. This is true in all states. If a…
If a parent was removed from the home and the other parent has custody of the children can that parent move to another state with permission of the parent that was removed from the home?
If a child lives with one parent can the other parent who does not live in the same home claim that same child?
In the state of Texas if you are seventeen and your parent is receiving child support does the child have to live at home for parent to continue child support?
Yes. Child support is for the "custodial parent". If you are not living at home with your custodial parent, then they are no longer eligible to receive child support. However, the non-custodial parent can request a modification if the child is no longer living with the custodial parent and that includes a change of custody. A 17 yr old is not emancipated in Texas, unless proper procedures through the courts have taken place. If that…
Your first cousin once removed is the child of your first cousin or the parent of your second cousin. Your second cousin once removed is the child of your second cousin or the parent of your third cousin. Being once removed means that you was one generation different that that once removed cousin when you count the number of generations between each of you and the most recent ancestor you have in common.
In Kentucky can a parent petition the courts to have an uncontrollable minor child removed from the home?
Would New york city dept of social services allow a parent who has a child removed from the home because of abuse is another child allowed in the residence?
Is it okay for a parent to stay home and take care of a child while the other parent is out working a job?
If a Parent so chooses to home-school their child, there is no law against it so long as there is a basic curriculum the child can follow, and the the parent registers their home-schooled child with their respective state. It is ultimately the Parent's decision whether or not to place their child in public, private or home school. It merely depends on what the parent feels would be a more productive learning environment for their…
You and your first cousin's child are first cousins, once removed. The degree of cousin-age (first, second, third) depends on how far back you have to go in the family tree to find a common ancestor (grandfather/mother, great-grandfather/mother, etc.). The "removed" part refers to relatives of different generations -- child/parent of cousin is from you once removed, grandchild/parent twice removed, and so on.
Will a non-custodial parent get into legal trouble if they let their child live with them because the child refuses to go home to the custodial parent?
Can a parent report your underage daughter to the authorities for not coming home and staying with an older boy?
Can a child be taken out of the home if one of two parents are on drugs In this situation the sober parent doesnt want to leave?
The answer depends on the details. It depends on the reason for the guardianship. If the child was removed from the parent's custody and placed with a guardian the parent may or may not be able to regain custody. If the parent's parental rights were terminated they cannot get legal custody of the child back. If the parent consented to a temporary guardianship and the parent is now better able to care for the child…
If a parent tells a child that if they don't like their home then they can get out can the child ACTUALLY leave?
If your 18 year old moved out of your home to live with his mom and she was the non-custodial parent and had her legal rights removed do you have to pay child support?
If it was planned the parent would not be home all day, no. But if we are talking about babysitting for a few hours until they come home from work this should not be an issue. You should discuss the situation with your attorney. If the parent is not present during their scheduled visitations with the child then perhaps the visitation schedule should be modified.
Absolutely, yes. A biological parent is required to support their child even if they would rather choose to "stay at home" and not work for pay. Absolutely, yes. A biological parent is required to support their child even if they would rather choose to "stay at home" and not work for pay. Absolutely, yes. A biological parent is required to support their child even if they would rather choose to "stay at home" and not…
In general, next of kin is determined by the closeness of the degree of kinship one person is to another. Look at it as the usual family tree. For example, a child is one degree removed from the parent while a grandchild is two degrees removed and so on down the line of descendants. A parent is one degree removed from a child while a grandparent is two degrees removed and so on up the…
If a parent deeds a home to their child and that child is married is the spouse entitled to that home if the parent wanted only their child to have ownership.?
This will depend of if it's for a vacation or permanently and whether or not there is a custody agreement in place. Both parents have equal rights to their children under the law unless there are extenuating circumstances that have removed the rights of a parent. Moving with a child and taking away any rights from the other parent to have visitation to the child can be considered kidnapping
Can a relative get custody of a child over a non-custodial parent if the child is removed from the custodial parent's home?
How can a minor be emancipated if there is emotional abuse and substance abuse being done to the minor by the parent?
That is really determined by your disposition in that case. If you are the child, you have likely been removed from the home. If you are old enough to be posting this question, then you will have discussed what is going to happen with your caseworker. If this has not happened speak to your current guardian and request it. If you were the custodial parent being charged, if you have not yet been arrested, you…
If you are custodial parent and make less than child support given by father can you claim child on taxes?
There are special rules for children of divorced or separated parents, as well as children of parents who never married. In most cases the custodial parent (the parent having custody of the child for the greater part of the year) may claim the dependency exemption for the qualifying child. For this purpose, "custody" means that the child lives in the parent's main home. Custodial parent and noncustodial parent The custodial parent is the parent with…