Yes, she is of legal age to make a decision of where she wants to live.
you bet. becoming 18 gives the "adult" permission to live wherever he/she wants. he/she is nobody's custody.
The minimum age that the child can decide who he wants to live with is 18 years.
He has to be 18. Minors are not allowed to decide.
No but if it goes to court the judge will probably hear what he wants but the court is not obligated to follow his wish. Until he is 18 it's his parents who decide which of them he will live with. If he wants to live somewhere else he will need their consent.
Usually not until she is 18 but if it goes to court the court will listen to a child from around age 16 but is not obligated to follow the wish.
If you are the parent you can say no. You didn't say which state you live in. She might be old enough to decide.
18. Minors are not allowed to decide.
No, minors are not allowed to decide.
Here the child at 16 years can not decide where she or he wants to live. As they are minors the court will decide it for them.
Technically you must be 18 to move out. ;)
Not as long as he is a minor.
No. A minor is not allowed to decide, it's the parents or the court.
When he is 18. Until then the parents or court decides.
If you live in the US, no, she can't just decide that on her own. Mom either has to agree to it or you have to petition the court for a change of custody.
In most States the Judge will take into consideration were the child wants to live after the age 14.
You are emancipated by 18 and can choose where to live.
Not in the US. You have to have reached the adult age by that state to decide. usually it's 18.
No because you have to be 16
He has to be 18. Minors are not allowed to choose.
No the world is not going to end because we believe in the lord that we are going to live till he wants us to live if he created the earth then he will decide when he wants the world to end
No, she can only express an opinion. See links
The courts will take into consideration the child's wants as to whom they want to live with but in the state of TX the child is not old enough to "decide" until age 13.
yes if you live in Australia any way. and it would be your decision