How old does a child have to be? -- Pennsylvania law
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|Mar 18th, 2009, 06:34 AM||#2|
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re: How old does a child have to be? -- Pennsylvania law
In most states, the child can't ever decide where they want to live. You can start a case, the judge will make a determination whether or not to talk to the child, then determine whether or not it is in the childs best interest to change residence. 12 is usually the starting age - though sometimes they will talk to younger children. All depends.
I'm not sure specifically on Penn.
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