Child's Wishes for Custodial Parent is Currently Up to Judge's Discretion.
Currently there is no specific age where the Court will consider the wishes of a
child in ...
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 ...
The court will grant parenting time rights to the other parent. Q: I am ... A: Ohio law
does not specify an age at which a child may choose his or her own living ...
My Child Knows Where He Wants To Live: Does My Child Get To Live With ... the
child's life and because most parents share a common perception of their child's
needs. ... For example, a child's needs may dictate staying with dad from ages 4
to 10; ... using mediation and arbitration as means of resolving custodial disputes.
In all custody cases in which the child has reached the age of 14 years, the child
shall have the right to select the parent with whom he or she desires to live.
Unfortunately, the law regarding a child's 'right'* to choose which parent to live ...
to a child's declaration of custodial preference when the child reaches the age ...
Children of any age cannot chose a custodial parent; instead a judge makes the
decision to whom to award joint or sole custody, according to the Oregon courts.
A child's custodial preference for parent A won't necessarily doom parent B's ...
child's preferences can be considered, and a court will evaluate a child's age and
Visitation involves a parent who does not have physical custody of a child visiting
the ... to control the court's decision will depend on the age and maturity of the
child. ... the non-custodial parent by the parent with primary custody, the child's ...
Jun 3, 2011 ... Many parents tell me their child will be 12 years old, 13 years old, ... Depending
on the jurisdiction in which you live, the age of your child may matter ..... son with
him and we have joint custody with him as the custodial parent.