or “Isn't it true that a 12 year old child can choose which parent to live with?” ... I'
ve heard a family court judge say to Mom and Dad: “Why would you want a third
... there is no specific "age" when a child can dictate with whom she wants to live.
My Child Knows Where He Wants To Live: Does My Child Get To Live With Me or
... For example, a child's needs may dictate staying with dad from ages 4 to 10; ...
This is a pamphlet for children whose parents separate or divorce. Separation ...
In most families, the children will live with one parent and spend time with the
other. In some ... It can be very difficult to decide which parent you should live
(1) Children can choose to live with the parent who has promised them
inappropriate ... In other words, what a child wants is often not what a child needs
At other times, children may seek to initiate a change themselves. ... to avoid
reasonable parental expectations looking instead to live with the parent with ...
Often the age of twelve is considered a turning point when the opinion of a child
How old does a child have to be to decide where and with which parent they
want ... court appoints a Guardian ad Litem regardless of the age of the minor
In all custody cases in which the child has reached the age of 14 years, the child
... the child reaches age fourteen (14) and chooses to live with the other parent.
In short, there is no specific "age" when a child can say who they want to live ... to
be placed in the position of being asked to choose one parent over the other.
If you are a parent going through a separation or considering divorce, you ... We
have also reviewed other sites that may be of benefit to you and compiled a list of
useful divorce resources. ... At what age can a child choose who to live with?
Nov 2, 2013 ... The question of which parent a child lives with is determined by a number ... For
example, it may be the case that once a child reaches the age of 14 years ...
Generally, the longer a child remains with the other party, the more ...