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 ...
In all custody cases in which the child has reached the age of 14 years, the child
shall have ... and Resources Child Custody & Visitation Does a Child Have the
Right to Elect the Parent They Want. .... Custodial Smoking ... Choose a County!
Dec 12, 2014 ... Sometimes a noncustodial parent wants their child to live with them rather than
the current custodial parent, or sometimes a child asks to move ...
Sep 13, 2004 ... I need to know at what age can a child decide if they want to spend time with
other parent, or pick who they live with. This is a Michigan divorce ...
Steve had been an involved father during the marriage, but he knew at the time ...
there is no age in which a child gets to choose which parent they will live with.
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
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 ...
When a custody dispute involves very young children, either the parents or a
court will ... While Florida law doesn't state an exact age when a child's
preference must be ... decision or if the child is just rebelling against the current
custodial parent. ... to whether a parent is coaching a child to choose him or her
Jan 4, 2015 ... In South Carolina, there is no exact age when a child may choose to ... Can a
Child Testify in Family Court in South Carolina About Custody?