Can a 14-year-old child in Georgia move in with his dad?

Answer Answer At age 14, according to the laws in Georgia, a child may choose which parent to live with. There are other factors involved, health, education, etc. The issue has to be dicussed with a lawye... Read More »

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Can a 14 year old from Georgia choose to move to Florida to live with her aunt and uncle?

Answer Not without the consent of her parents or court order.

If a 13 year old has a child can the mother of the 13 year old move you a way and not let the father see the child when ever he wants to?

== Answer == You should consult a family law attorney for this question and establish visitation rights. If the father is willing to be in the baby's life and provide for the child please let him d... Read More »

Can a grandparent get coustody of their 16-year-old grandchild if the child wants to live with the grandparent and does the child have the right to move out of the parents' home?

Answer A 16-year-old cannot leave home without parental consent. If they do and the parents call the police (and I'm assuming they would) then the police will pick the child up and return him/her ... Read More »

Can a 17-year-old with a child by a 19-year-old move out on her own without her parents' consent and without getting in trouble in Pennsylvania?

Answer Depends on your parents. If you move in with him, ANYONE can report him to the police as a statutory rapist. There is no law against running-away from home, but if you do so you could put ... Read More »