OK so my situation is simple at age 15 i visited my father about once a month and my mom gave me two options i could live with my grandparents or I could go to a psych ward (I was very depressed) and i chose my grandparents I am currently 16 and have been living with my grandparents for a year and my parents are pretty much just blood relatives and nothing more if you have any questions please let me know.
As a minor child you have no rights in court to take any legal action unless one of your parents does it for you or the court appoints you a guardian ad litem. The answer to your question is no in my opinion.
The proper recourse is for your grandparents to seek guardianship. They should contact a local family attorney to assist them with the paperwork.
I feel for your situation. Wisconsin law is not well suited for the complaint you raise. I would agree with Atty. Karp. I would add however, you could approach the local clerk of court (of the county you are a resident), and seek confidential legal assistance (answers and guidance) from a Wisconsin licensed attorney at a monthly clinic. You do not allege any abuse, though you might investigate the county human services for your situation as well. An action brought by the county would require a GAL (in many cases, yours is hard to tell) and thereby some judicial authority might 'legally' change your placement and legal custody (or appoint a guardian). Be safe. Seek assistance from a legal clinic, and ask your school about counselors. Good luck.
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