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Question: I'm moving cross country , my 17 year old daughter is basically refusing to go with me. States she will live with friends/ their father until they can get jobs. Do I have the legal right to force her to move with me? She will be 18 sept 2015

Answer: A child is not free to make legal decisions until they turn 18 or are emancipated by the courts (A.R.S. 12-2454).

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  • I'm moving cross country , my 17 year old daughter is basically refusing to go with me. States she will live with friends/ their father until they can get jobs. Do I have the legal right to force her to move with me? She will be 18 sept 2015

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