How do you calculate the time percentage each parent being with the child when the child has school and one parent sends the child to the school while the other picks him up when school is over?
Can a joint custody parent give the school permission to send and receive email about a child to his girlfriend without the other parents permission?
I would certainly question the violation of privacy rights by any school that used email correspondence. A "girlfriend" who is not the biological parent. Has no legal or ethic…al right to information of minor children. If the a parent gave permission, and the school released such information, the other biological parent has every right to object. And the legal right to have it stopped.
Do non custodial parents who have alternating weeks with no child support for either party have rights regarding picking up the child from school or daycare?
It depends on the law where you are, and your " parental plan" , (If you have one), you should check your local laws and statutes. In Tennessee that is what we go by, if it… is violated, the violator can be arrested for contempt of court! (Depending on the officer)!!!! If it is your day to have the child, and the opposing parent picks that child up, they could could go to Jail! If the child is not back in your possession within the described time limits, that could be considered parental interference (KIDNAPPING)! PLEASE, what ever you do, make sure you do your homework with regards to laws and regulations!!!!! BELIEVE ME KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!!!!!
Answer . Yes. In some states, they can take your children away if you refuse to send them to school or give them accredited home schooling through 8th grade or until age …16. In a lot of places, it is considered abuse not to educate your children.
When each parent has custody of one child but they both have joint legal custody is the other parent able to enroll the child in school if they end up coming to live with that parent?
joint custody is just given to make the other person who doesnt have all legal rights feel better, they don't have any real rights of the child, but theyt do get visitation ri…ghts. and if you went to live with the other parent of course theyd be allowed to enroll you into school, if they couldn't even do that, then they wouldn't even be able to have youre papers to take you to the hospital in case something happened Of course who else would enroll the child?? Joint custody gives your 50% rights on school, church and medical decisions. So go for it and if the other parent objects to this then take it up in court. How can you object to enrolling a kid in School is unclear to me.
The parent who removes a child from school must either transfer the child to another accredited school or enroll in an accredited homeschooling program. Actually, providing no… schooling is worse because the child eventually will need to be financially independent and the way is to have a basic education. If the child is a teenager and regular high school is not working, try a charter school. Answer UMMMMM proploble when you get out of middle school well it all depens........................ So at the age of 13-14
No it is the law that a child has to attend school. You can get cited and fined if you don't send your children to school. The school will make a C.A.R. (Child Abuse Report) a…nd CPS will be involved and an investigation will be conducted. So, it's not a smart thing to do.
No. The custodial parent must make the enrollment.
Can a parent that does not have physical custody enroll a child in school without the consent of the other parent?
The parents can be arrested or fine for child neglect and social services will be involved and/or put the child or children in foster care.
That is dependent on not only individual state laws, but even school districts.
your parent goes to jail. OR In the UK education can be by attendance at school "or otherwise". It is perfectly legal for children to be educated at home. The parent/guard…ian has to inform the LEA (Local Education Authority) that the child is being home educated, and the LEA has a duty/right to ensure that the child is receiving an education suited to their abilities and needs. If the LEA believes that the child's educational needs are being met (normally a school inspector will visit the home to check), the family will be left to continue. Legal action which could result in the parent going to jail occurs in two situations:- . When a child is registered to attend a school and fails to attend. . When the LEA believes that the education provided by the family is unsatisfactory. There is a self-help organisation called Education Otherwise for parents who wish to home educate. Note: under the 1944 Education Act it is not legally necessary for children to attend school. It is legally required that they are educated, and in a manner suitable to their age, aptitude and ability. There is no legal requirement for parents to have teaching qualifications (or any qualifications whatsoever) in order to do this. In UK law, parents have the primary right to decide how their children should be educated, and brought up. The LEA and Social Services have powers (and a duty) to intervene in extreme situatuions, in which they believe a child is being harmed or exploited. Children have no legal right to make decisions about their own education, and may or may not be consoled by the fact that the parties who do have these rights are tasked with acting in the child's best interests.
Can a child's school counselor help the child if that child wants to live with other parent the child is 17 the other parent is in another state?
no see links below
Parents have to persuade the child that school is a great place to learn and relax. They go more easy on their child and try to soothe her/him that school is a proper and heal…thy enviorment for a child to grow.
yes. of course they can. but only their children child not others.