My question involves juvenile law in the State of: Oklahoma
My daughter was 15 when she got pregnant and gave birth to my granddaughter. The baby's father is not in the picture. My husband and daughter have been fighting ever since she got pregnant and my granddaughter is now 5 months old. I have packed the kids and left and I have also made him leave. Every time we reconcile things go good for a while then we catch her in another lie or she doesn't come home on time or she wants to go out. This always starts another fight. She and my husband fight then he and I fight because I feel I have to be her voice even if she is wrong. Our house has been very stressful and I want all of us to have peace and work things out.
Tonight I was in her room looking for a movie to watch when I found a book on the floor with house rules from a friend of my daughter's mom. She recently left her husband and left her 16-year-old daughter with us to move in with her boyfriend. She just told her daughter she could move in with them when they get settled in. But when I turned the page there was a list of all the things my daughter is taking because apparently the other daughter's mom told her she could move in too and get emancipated because my husband and I have felonies from our younger days. We have been clean and sober for years and I have put my B.A. in counseling job aside to care for my granddaughter so my daughter can finish school.
I guess my question is this: Can she emancipate us due to our past? And if so, can she take my granddaughter with her? The Choctaw tribe I am going through to get child support from the baby's father told me until my daughter turns 18 I am the custodial parent of both of them. I desperately need legal advice. Please help!