How do you get custody of a sibling with autism in Pennsylvania?

Answer Answer YOu need to be over 18 years of age, and petition the probate court for custody in the county the child lives in.

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Is it possible to get custody of a younger sibling in Pennsylvania that is 17 if you are 25 and she is being verbally and emotionally abused?

Answer if she is 17 years old she is old enough to say whom she wants to live with no court system will make her move back she is a legal adult in the eyes of family court anyone over the age of 1... Read More »

Can a sibling get custody of a younger sibling if both parents are alive?

In the original concept planning for Disney's 1989 feature film The Little Mermaid, Ursula was indeed Triton's sister, and she was kicked out of the palace in Atlantica for trying to usurp the thro... Read More »

How can a sibling get custody of another sibling?

A third party--including a grandparent, aunt, uncle or sibling--may file for custody of a child, if he/she meets the requirements for an appropriate custodian. A court of law will look to several f... Read More »

When considering custody of a child with autism will the court take into account who has been caring for the child in the past?

Answer Yes, the courts will take into consideration the person or persons who have dramatically helped the child even in a custody battle. If one parent is only babying the child and not getting he... Read More »