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 How can your aunt obtain custody of you without your mother preventing it?

Answer Answer She would need to file a petition in court to become the minor's legal guardian.The biological parent(s) would have the right to contest the action. Both sides would be heard and a judge wou... Read More »
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If you are 16 can your grandma get emergency custody of you and then sign it over to your mother who didn't have custody over you if your dad had custody?

Answer If the minor child is in an unsuitable environment which constitutes abuse, neglect or endangerment, DFS (social services) should be notified at once. A family member such as a grandmother c... Read More »
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In New York if you have custody of your 16-year-old daughter at what age can she move in with her mother without your consent and would you be obligated to pay child support?

Answer Given that the court has given custody to you, any deviation is in violation of the court order. Typically at 18 they are no longer a minor and can choose where to live. Your child suppor... Read More »
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Can you get full custody of your 3 children if they have lived with you for 2 years without seeing their mother and now she wants custody and she lives in NC and you live in OH or how would joint work?

Answer When your ex stopped seeing the children is when you should have gotten full custody of the children. It depends on the judge. Some judges believe it's important to have both mother and fath... Read More »
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If you are raising your nephew and the mother signed away rights and the father has abandoned the child how hard is it to obtain custody?

Answer In such cases the court prefers to award custody to the nearest relative who is deemed acceptable and willing to take the responsibility. The biological mother could not legally "sign away"... Read More »
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