Your grandmother has guardianship over you can you leave and move in with your mother when I am only 16?
Can 15-year-old move in with her grandmother without legal documents if she has her single mother's permission?
Well, yeah, if Mom is the custodial parent and she gives permission for it, then you can move in with Grandmother. But, if Grandmother does not have some type of 'legal document' such as temporary guardianship, then there are going to be potential difficulties that Grandmother will face. For example--enrolling you in school, consenting to your medical care, etc. Read More
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Only if her parents agree to allow it or the grandmother has been granted custody/guardianship by a court (the only way that would happen is if her parents are proven to be unfit). Read More
No, a minor can not move out of their grandparents home if they have guardianship. The minor will have to live with the grandparents until their 18th birthday. Read More
Oprah moved with her grandmother around age two and when oprahs mother moved north to milwaukee, Wisconsin she planned to move oprah there once she had a job. Oprah stayed with her grandmother on her farm in Mississippi. But when Oprah was six her grandmother became very sick and was sent to her mother in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Read More
Can a 16 year old that lives with her mother in new york leave and move to Maine to live with her father would she still be considered a runaway?
No, in Maine there's no "Harboring a Minor" law so they can't really do anything. I'm 16 I left my parent's house and moved in with my grandmother, without my parents permission, and my grandmother now gets Child Support from my mother. (my mother never ever said I could live here and she told me not to) but the state allows it. Read More
If your mom died when you were 9 and your grandmother has guardianship over you can you move out when you turn 17 and can she do anything about it?
No. When legal guardianship has been granted the court that issued the guardianship order must also rescind the order. Likewise, in most cases the legal age of majority is not automatically granted when the minor reaches states's age of majority, the guardianhip decree must be cancelled by the court. Be advised that in instances where a guardianship decree is in affect, the guardian does not need permission from the court to have the minor taken… Read More
What can you do if you live with your uncle and want to move back in with your mom and she still has custody of you?
The minor may leave the relative's home and return to the residence of the mother whenever she so chooses. This however would not apply if the uncle has temporary or permanent legal guardianship of the minor or some other form of custodial order has been issued by a court. Read More
If your 17 and you're living with your relatives in GA who don't have guardianship of you can you move out while your parents are living in another country?
At 17, you can leave home in Georgia and cannot be forced to return. You can't be kicked out until you're 18, but you can leave on your own at 17. Read More
What should be the fathers first move if Mother and father are not married but baby has fathers last name mother left baby with her mother grandmother is willing to help father gain full custody?
Get a good family law lawyer. Read More
If legal guardian of child gives permission can the child move in with mother now or does he have to wait for it to go through the courts?
If guardianship was court ordered, than any change requires court approval. Read More
Two 16 year old children want to move out of their fathers house in New York and live with their mother in Wisconsin is this legal?
Yes if the mother has some sort of legal split guardianship over the children. If not then it may not be legal until you are both 18. Read More
Yes, you can do that. You have to give permission, and you might want to provide some guardianship papers for them. It also does not releave you of your responsibility for their welfare. Read More
It would take a court order stating the mother cannot leave the city in order for her move to be legally argued. Read More
Yes, its normal for her to do that. Read More
Grandmother left her house to us in her will but gave our mother a life estate can we make our mother move out?
You cannot sell the property or end the life tenant's right to the use and possession of the property without their written consent. Read More
When paternity has not been established of the child the mother is free to leave the state in which she resides. If paternity has been determined, the courts will decide if it is in the child's best interest to leave the state. Read More
You wouldn't. Normally a mother cat would move her kittens to another place if they are disturbed by someone or another animal, but once the kittens are weaned, they will leave that place, and the mother will mate again (unless spayed). Read More
Obama was born in the US, in Hawaii. His mother remarried and took him to Indonesia when he was about 6 . When he was 10, he moved in with grandmother in Hawaii and has lived in the US ever since. Read More
Is it legal for a 17-year-old girl to leave her parents' house in Texas and move in with family in Massachusetts?
Not without parental consent or a court order giving another qualified adult legal guardianship. Read More
I am almost 15 I want to move in with my grandmother who loves me and wants to take care of me My mother and step-dad don't treat me right How old do I have to be to go live with my grandmother?
If you are being mistreated by your mother and step father you can take it up with child welfare especial y if you have a grandmother who is willing to accept responsibility for you. however make sure that you treat this situation seriously and truthfully because whatever action you chose to take there are always consequences. Read More
Don't you agree with me that the only person who can give a honest answer about michael's death is his mother?
No, Michael Jackson is dead accept it, grieve and move on and leave his mother alone, he wouldn't want anyone harassing his mother. Read More
If stepparent is in the navy and mother has sole custody can the mother and child move with the stepparent?
That would probably require the permission of the court. Sole custody does not always mean freedom to leave the state. Read More
Mother raccoons who are scared or disturbed will often move their young to a new den. A mother raccoon will move her babies one at a time to a new den, which can take several days. Baby raccoons are typically up and about in a few weeks but stay with the mother for the first year. Read More
Can mother leave state with her child without father knowing if they are divorced and has visitation throw the courts?
Leave permanently, no. That would violate the visitation order. To move would require his and the courts consent. Read More
Can a mother leave her 16 year old daughter in Oklahoma with a 19 year old sister and move back to Illinois?
Yes, as long as the mother realizes that she is still responsible for the daughter. The daughter lives where the mother wants her to live. Read More
You should consult with an attorney or with an advocate at the court. The court has jurisdiction over the child. You may need a court order allowing the move. You would need evidence of legal guardianship to use in the other state. You should consult with an attorney or with an advocate at the court. The court has jurisdiction over the child. You may need a court order allowing the move. You would need evidence… Read More
That depends entirely on which side of the family they are one. The Swedish system is the easiest and most exact way of explaining how the person relates to the family. For example: your grandmother on mothers side (your mother's mother) is in Swedish called 'mormor'. However, a grandmother on your father's side (your father's mother) would be called 'farmor'. Same goes for grandfathers: a morfar or farfar. So, a great grandmother or great grandfather… Read More
First mother cats never leave their kittens alone because they are still babies and don't know how to take care of themselves, usually some mother leave to get food and water and the kitties wont ever move from there possession. Read More
No, they cannot move without permission of the guardian. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order. Read More
As a child she was born and raised in the same city of Skopje, Albania. She did not leave until the age of 18 when she joined the Sisters of Loreto. Read More
In Florida can your sister force her 16-year-old daughter to move back home after she gave her permission to live with you?
Yes, if there is not a court order granting custody or guardianship to the relative, the mother has the legal right to have her daughter returned to the family home, by whatever means necessary. Read More
Do you have the right to move in with your grandparents who live in Arkansas without your parents' permission?
Not unless your grandparents are granted custody/guardianship by the court. Read More
You are 17 years old and you want to move out Is it legal for you to leave hime at this age Can you be reported as a runaway If your mother consents to you staying where you want is that legal you liv?
yes. Read More
You must wait until they are at least 12 weeks old to move them, or they will not acquire the social skills and other skills from their mother and siblings. Read More
Can a 16 yr old move out of an abusive home where he lives with step dad because him and his biological mother have no relations due to a ugly divorce and move to his biological grandparents in alberta Read More
can a umarried mother move her children out of state. Read More
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Not as long as you are a minor. Read More
No...if you move the nest the unhatched chics will die as the mother will be unable to find the nest. The eggs can only be unattended for a short time, they need the warmth of the parent to survive. Even if you touch the eggs without moving the nest the mother will often abandon them so its best to leave the nest alone completely. Read More
Who is your mothers next of kin would it be her daughter or her sister or brothers Her daughter is looking to move and take mom with and her sister said you couldn't take her anywhere no will or POA?
Next of kin is first the spouse, then the children, then siblings. The daughter may move with her mom, taking mom with her, so long as the mother wishes to do so - unless the mother has been adjudged mentally incompetent by the courts, and the daughter was appointed as her guardian or conservator. For two citizens simply voluntary moving, which is everyone's right, no POA or guardianship is needed. Read More
I wouldn't. If the nest is moved, and with human scent on it, the mother bird will usually abandon it. Leave it be until the baby birds are kicked out to fly on their own. Then it can be removed. Read More
A 16-year-old cannot leave home unless (s)he has parental consent, (s)he's been emancipated, or the court has awarded custody/guardianship to someone else (which isn't going to happen unless the parents are unfit). Read More
Not just because you are a mother. If you are 18, you can move out, otherwise your parents are still responsible for you. Read More
In the state of Missouri, it IS legal for a 17 year old girl to move out, with permission. The key here is "without permission". Your mother can have you picked up by the law and brought back home every time you attempt to leave at the age of 17! Your mother is legally responsible for you until you are 18. So, hang in there until you are 18 and don't be in such a… Read More
I dont know much about the laws but if your dad says so why not? Read More
If you're 17 and want to move out of your aunt's house but into the custody of your mother's house or older sister but your aunt won't sign over her guardianship can you legally leave anyway?
No, when a person has been awarded legal custody of a minor, only the court can terminate the order. If the guardian choses to relinquish custodial rights they must petition the court for an order of release from custodial obligations. Any other adult can contest the guardianship and/or file for guardianship themselves if "just cause" can be established. A minor leaving the guardians home against the adult's wishes will be taken into custody and either… Read More
If you're 15 living in Illinois and want to move in with your grandmother and have your mom's consent do you need any legal paperwork to register for school there or can you just move in?
You will not "legal paperwork" in the sense a court or attorney would need to be involved. You will need to have a written, notarized document from your mother giving your grandmother permission to have you live at her residence and be enrolled in school. It should also include permission to receive medical care, and any other pertintent issues. To avoid conflict with any authorities, your mother should keep in contact with you which means… Read More