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info.legalzoom.com/age-can-child-decide-custody-26187.html

Most state courts are well aware that children – particularly teenagers – can have firm feelings of their own concerning their parents' divorces. In all but one state ...

traversecityfamilylaw.com/CanAChildChoose.htm

There seems to be a misconception among parents that there is a “magical age” ( usually 12, 13, or 14) at which a child canchoose” one custodial arrangement ...

www.rosen.com/childcustody/carticles/child-best-interests

There is no magical age in which a child has a right to choose the custodial arrangement. The answer can be complicated and is often “situation specific”, i.e. , ...

farzadlaw.com/california-child-custody/childs-preference-custody-how-when-choose

Nov 14, 2013 ... This article focuses on a child's preference in custody within ... Can you tell me at what age can a child decide who he wants to live with?

www.mundahllaw.com/minnesota-divorce/2013/11/12/age-can-kid-decide-live

Nov 12, 2013 ... Under state law, custody is determined based on what is in the “best interests” of the child, and there are a number of factors that the courts will ...

www.awmlaw.com/ANSWERING-THE-AGE-OLD-QUESTION-AT-WHAT-AGE-CAN-MY-CHILD-DECIDE-WHO-GETS-CUSTODY.shtml

The fact of the matter is, under Indiana law, there is no age in which a child gets to choose which parent they will live with. If you think about it, this makes sense.

www.cadivorce.com/california-divorce-guide/child-custody-and-visitation/what-age-does-a-child-decide-which-parent

Currently there is no specific age where the Court will consider the wishes of a child in deciding custody matters. Family Code Section 3042 requires the Court to ...

www.alllaw.com/articles/family/child_custody/article1.asp

Myths abound in divorce court, but one of the most damaging is the notion that when a child reaches the age of 14, it is the child who can decide which parent to  ...

www.ohiobar.org/ForPublic/Resources/LawYouCanUse/Pages/LawYouCanUse-337.aspx

A: Ohio law does not specify an age at which a child may choose his or her own living arrangements. Rather, the court looks at the custody issue on a ...