There seems to be a misconception among parents that there is a “magical age” (
usually 12, 13, or 14) at which a child can “choose” one custodial arrangement ...
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 ...
Sometimes parents involve their children in custody, residency and access ... the
age of twelve is considered a turning point when the opinion of a child may ...
Oct 29, 2014 ... A reader brought up an issue in child custody law that we get asked about ...
There is no specific age at which a child can make the choice of ...
Jun 3, 2011 ... Depending on the jurisdiction in which you live, the age of your child may .... lie in
the book to blacken the dad's name so she can get custody.
At what age can a child choose who to live with? Do children ... Maximize Will I
have to go to court to make "custody" or "access" arrangements for my children?
Dec 12, 2014 ... Child time sharing: At what age can a child in Florida choose which ... rather than
the current custodial parent, or sometimes a child asks to ...
In short, there is no specific "age" when a child can say who they want to live with.
... "Affidavit of Preference" to be signed by a child to specify a custodial parent ...
The decisions will be about custody, access, and money. Custody has to ... for
their children. They know it is hard for children to choose between their parents.
Can a Fourteen-Year-Old Child in Georgia Decide on Custody? ... specific
statutes, most states do not set a definitive age at which a child is old enough to