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At what age can a teen say F' you to family court

 
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02/15/2020 01:34 AM
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At what age can a teen say F' you to family court
And decide with whom he wants to visit mom or dad? My son is turning 16 and lately his mother has been keeping him away from me. Advice?
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Re: At what age can a teen say F' you to family court
That's not profitable, you're supposed to fight with money in this society; so you're tempted to work more for TPTB.
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Re: At what age can a teen say F' you to family court
It depends on the state. Judges can take kids opinions into consideration around 12 years old.

A Guardian-ad-litem could be appointed, to decide what is best for the child, but, usually by 16 years of age, there isn't really much more fighting.

He's nearly an adult. Can't he just drive his car to see you when he decides to do so?
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Re: At what age can a teen say F' you to family court
It depends on the state. Judges can take kids opinions into consideration around 12 years old.

A Guardian-ad-litem could be appointed, to decide what is best for the child, but, usually by 16 years of age, there isn't really much more fighting.

He's nearly an adult. Can't he just drive his car to see you when he decides to do so?
 Quoting: ladulce


Hes not 16 yet but I plan on buying him a car so he can get to school and his after school job. His mom plans on having him chip in for their house hold Bill's when he becomes of age. My deal is you go to school and whatever money you make you save it for tuition. He can live scott free with me just as long as he goes full time school and part time towards his expenses and books
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Re: At what age can a teen say F' you to family court
I'm in California fyi
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Re: At what age can a teen say F' you to family court
It depends on the state. Judges can take kids opinions into consideration around 12 years old.

A Guardian-ad-litem could be appointed, to decide what is best for the child, but, usually by 16 years of age, there isn't really much more fighting.

He's nearly an adult. Can't he just drive his car to see you when he decides to do so?
 Quoting: ladulce


Hes not 16 yet but I plan on buying him a car so he can get to school and his after school job. His mom plans on having him chip in for their house hold Bill's when he becomes of age. My deal is you go to school and whatever money you make you save it for tuition. He can live scott free with me just as long as he goes full time school and part time towards his expenses and books
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You both sound like children who signed away your rights to the government to decide for you. How many people divorce without going to court?
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Re: At what age can a teen say F' you to family court
It depends on WHO has decision making rights for the children in some states.

Just because a minor wants to move in with the other parent, doesn't mean it's going to happen. Courts usually side with the parent with the decision making rights because there was a reason they were given to them in the first place.
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Re: At what age can a teen say F' you to family court
I'm in California fyi
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California courts must consider a child's preference when the child is of sufficient age and ability to voice an intelligent opinion on custody or visitation. If a child is at least 14, he or she will always be allowed to state a custodial preference.

Can Children Express Preference in California Custody ...

www.divorcenet.com › resources › a-childs-preference-california-custod.
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Re: At what age can a teen say F' you to family court
ops vocabulary is very cuckish.i suspect he truly is a cali resident.
thus high probability,your boys mind is ruined already.too many unmanly influences around him.
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Re: At what age can a teen say F' you to family court
It depends on the state. Judges can take kids opinions into consideration around 12 years old.

A Guardian-ad-litem could be appointed, to decide what is best for the child, but, usually by 16 years of age, there isn't really much more fighting.

He's nearly an adult. Can't he just drive his car to see you when he decides to do so?
 Quoting: ladulce


Hes not 16 yet but I plan on buying him a car so he can get to school and his after school job. His mom plans on having him chip in for their house hold Bill's when he becomes of age. My deal is you go to school and whatever money you make you save it for tuition. He can live scott free with me just as long as he goes full time school and part time towards his expenses and books
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61777468


If he doesn’t chip in for household expenses, how is Mom going to make him do that? Maybe kick him out of the house? Then he could come live with you.





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