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    Georgia
    Hi,
    I'm a 15 year old girl and I want to move out. I'm not abused in any way, but me and my stepmom just don't get along. We used to, but she just... well, it's hard to explain. I've talked to my grandmother about our issues and she said she would gladly take me and my 13 year old sister in. But I know my dad wouldn't agree to it. I hate to upset him, but i cry all the time and I just can't take living at home anymore. And I know I sound like a spoiled brat, but I'm really not. I just can't take all the fighting anymore. So, here's my question:
    Is there any way I can move in with my grandmother and take my little sister without my dad's consent?

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    re: moving out without my dad's consent

    Originally posted by Allianna View Post
    Georgia
    Hi,
    I'm a 15 year old girl and I want to move out. I'm not abused in any way, but me and my stepmom just don't get along. We used to, but she just... well, it's hard to explain. I've talked to my grandmother about our issues and she said she would gladly take me and my 13 year old sister in. But I know my dad wouldn't agree to it. I hate to upset him, but i cry all the time and I just can't take living at home anymore. And I know I sound like a spoiled brat, but I'm really not. I just can't take all the fighting anymore. So, here's my question:
    Is there any way I can move in with my grandmother and take my little sister without my dad's consent?
    Short answer? NO. Only with your dad's consent would you be able to have your grandmother be your guardian so that you could live there.

    I don't know what all the fighting is all about, but I would suggest that you ask your dad to get you and your family into counseling to deal with the family issues that are causing your stress.
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    • #3
      re: moving out without my dad's consent

      Not going to happen. In fact, by even considering it, you are showing your immaturity and lack of judgment. I suggest you try and work out a way to get along at home. Summer is a great time for permission to stay at grandma's, if dad n step mom think you are responsible enough to stay out of trouble. You never know what a good summer visit could turn into.
      Due to a recent promotion, I should now be referred to as Major Obvious.

      I would not be trying to provide information and knowledge if I did not sympathize.

      Some days it is just not worth chewing through the restraints to face life.

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      • #4
        Re: moving out without my dad's consent

        Originally posted by Allianna View Post
        Georgia
        Hi,
        I'm a 15 year old girl and I want to move out. I'm not abused in any way, but me and my stepmom just don't get along. We used to, but she just... well, it's hard to explain. I've talked to my grandmother about our issues and she said she would gladly take me and my 13 year old sister in. But I know my dad wouldn't agree to it. I hate to upset him, but i cry all the time and I just can't take living at home anymore. And I know I sound like a spoiled brat, but I'm really not. I just can't take all the fighting anymore. So, here's my question:
        Is there any way I can move in with my grandmother and take my little sister without my dad's consent?
        Your father would have to consent which you have already said he will not do. What you can do, though, is have a heart to heart talk with your dad. Put him in the situation of peace maker between you and your stepmom. It's a tough situation for your dad to be in since he loves you both. But it is his job to be intermediary, see that peace is made between the two of you. If he understands what your stepmother is doing or saying that is distressing you, he at least will understand and can try to see that some compromise is made so there will be peace in the household.

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          Re: moving out without my dad's consent

          Originally posted by Allianna View Post
          Georgia
          Hi,
          I'm a 15 year old girl and I want to move out. I'm not abused in any way, but me and my stepmom just don't get along. We used to, but she just... well, it's hard to explain. I've talked to my grandmother about our issues and she said she would gladly take me and my 13 year old sister in. But I know my dad wouldn't agree to it. I hate to upset him, but i cry all the time and I just can't take living at home anymore. And I know I sound like a spoiled brat, but I'm really not. I just can't take all the fighting anymore. So, here's my question:
          Is there any way I can move in with my grandmother and take my little sister without my dad's consent?
          since dad said no you have no choice but to tough it out untill youre 18. and no you cant take your sister you will face criminal charges if you do-kidnapping-custodial interference contributing to a minor..

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