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Haha, are you planning on leaving? You must be 18 years of age to own property, but if you find away around that ( have the house in someone else's name), then the 'child' would not be placed back into custody. There are a few exceptions to this rule, however, living conditions and aggressive behavior being a few.

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Q: Would a child be placed back in the custody of their parents if he or she leaves the house at 17?
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Why do man get custody of children?

A father may be awarded custody in cases where the court feels it would be in the child's best interests to be placed with him.


If your parents are divorced and your dad has partial custody would his consent be enough for an underage marriage?

That depends on the state. In many states, if both parents have equal custody, then both signatures would be required.


What is it called when a mother and grandmother has legal right of a minor child or can that be done?

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Can a mother sign her rights over to the grandmother even if the father has rights to?

She needs to consult with an attorney. Both parents would need to consent to a guardianship with the grandmother as guardian. If the mother doesn't want custody then the father would be the one with legal standing for sole custody.She needs to consult with an attorney. Both parents would need to consent to a guardianship with the grandmother as guardian. If the mother doesn't want custody then the father would be the one with legal standing for sole custody.She needs to consult with an attorney. Both parents would need to consent to a guardianship with the grandmother as guardian. If the mother doesn't want custody then the father would be the one with legal standing for sole custody.She needs to consult with an attorney. Both parents would need to consent to a guardianship with the grandmother as guardian. If the mother doesn't want custody then the father would be the one with legal standing for sole custody.


The agreement between 2 parents is custody to mother but weekends for father if the mother dies who would get custody?

the father gets the custody of the child if the mother dies


Who gets your son if you and your husband die?

Unless you've left specific instructions - custody would normally be awarded to an aunt or uncle. If there are no living relatives, the child would be placed with foster parents or put up for adoption.


Can my grandson move out and live with another family we have custody of him now and his parents have passed on?

You haven't provided his age or the details of the "other family". He can make that decision when he reaches eighteen years of age. If he is still a minor the parents in the other family would need to establish legal custody in the court where you obtained custody. You would need to relinquish custody.


Can a child decide to live with their grand parents in Texas?

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If both parents have joint legal custody who decides to send child to boarding school?

If both parents have joint legal custody, both parents must agree on the child going to boarding school. If one parent made the decision with out the input of the other, this would break the custody agreement.


You are a teenager with separated parents and joint custody you would like to live permanently with just one of your parent... Do you have the choice and how would this be gone about?

It would require a custody order change, which is not in your best interest. Contact with both your parents is more important than your friends. However, you could ask for joint custody of them. see links


Does a parent who abanded their son still have parental rights?

No. If somebody abandoned their child, the child would then be taken usually into DHS's custody and usually placed in a foster home. When the child is older parents can try to contact the child.


If the parents of an unborn child live in different states how is custody determined?

One would think that there would be a court hearing scheduled in which the parents from both states would attend.


Can you move out of home at age 17 in Illinois if your parents have joint custody?

If your under 18 you would need your parents permission first.


Can you get temporary custody without the parents signing?

If you are not one of the parents, it would required the approval of a child in need of care motion by the court.


If no court order for custody has been granted and the parents are unmarried who has the custody of a child in Oklahoma?

In Alabama, the mother would have custody of the child until the father proved that he was in fact the child's father. This would be done by petitioning the court for a paternity test.


Missouri law Who has legal custody of minor child when parents have never married but dad is on birth records get sole custody They have never been married but the mom and dad live with their parents?

If the parents have never married and live separately with their own parents, a court would need to decide on custody. Typically, the court will place the child with the mother, but the best interests of the child are primary.


How do you get custody of a child when the parents mistreated the child?

This would be done by filing a lawsuit. Consult your lawyer.


Would a nine year old be allowed to choose which parent they would live with after a divorce?

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If both parents have 5050 custody of children what happens if one parent becomes incarcerated does that parent lose their custody?

That's up to a judge, but why would it matter?


What is the term for getting separated from your parents on purpose?

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Can a 16 year old move out of parents house into grandparents without their parents consent?

If the matter was taken to a court, the parents would most likely win custody.


How can you live with your aunt instead of your parents?

This will only happen if your parents agree to it or if you are abused. Your parents decide where you shall live until you are 18. She would have to petition the court for custody.


How do you win grandchild custody?

If the parents are unfit or agree to you having them and the judge agrees to it. Grandparents have no automatic right to the grandchildren. If the parents are unfit and another relative also seeks custody they may have the same chance to get them. The judge would look at what would be most suitable for the child.


How much time is fifty percent custody?

50% of anything is one half. With 50% physical custody the child would split their time equally between the parents.


How do i receive child support from both parents?

Child support is not paid to the child. It would be payable to the person who currently has legal custody of the child or to the State if the State has custody.