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Can you legally date or move in with your boyfriend if you are 16 and he is 23?
I'm assuming that you can if you have your parent's consent, and full permission to do so. However, if you do not get your parent's permission, and you move in with him anyways, or continue to date him.... whatever the circumstances maybe, he can get into some trouble, because you are 16, and he is 23. But before making such a big decision, make sure you know what to expect, and that you'll be able to accept all the responsibilities that come along with all of it.
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Answer Girl I think we will have to wait until we are a leats 17 and that is if we get to get emancepated.Until then we will have to wait until we turn 18. If it …makes you feel better I'm 16 and my baby is 22 but my parents think he is 20.I'm sure that God is on our side because we are in love.
This law varies by State. In NY a girl must be emancipated by the courts in order for her to move out. If she is not emancipated then the parents are still legally responsible… for all debts incurred by said 16 year old...Rent, Hospital, Doctors etc...and the parents are still responsible for that child's actions. Parents can still be sued unless child is emancipated.
Answer . There are no laws regarding dating. The legal age of consent in Florida is 18, but there are exceptions, so going further than just dating is legal. Close in age e…xemptions do exist. By law, the exception permits an adult under the age of 24 to engage in legal sexual activity with a minor no younger than the age of 16.. Well, I suggest that unless you are extremely interested in the 16 year old, you shouldn't make the move. For the main part that maybe you may hurt the 16 yr old in just flirting around. Make sure that you can't stop thinking about him/her before you make any moves on the dating department. As said above me, it is legal and you CAN date. Just make sure its what you really want before dropping the big question.
Date? Sure. It can be shady, but that's rarely illegal. Anything MORE than date, however? Highly illegal. In other words, it's only illegal if you do anything sexual. Sorry no…t sure how old this post is but in the state of Alabama the legal age of consent is 16 so 16,16+ are able to date and have consensual sex without it becoming statutory rape....doesn't mean the parents wont still try to take legal action.
The only illegal thing is if they were to have sex. That is illegal because the 16 year old could be under the legal age. However, it isn't illegal to date anyone, what ever a…ge. A: If you are just dating, and your parents have no objection there is nothing illegal here. If you start having sex, then you should know the age of Consent in your state or country. Read more about the Age of Consent in the Related Questions below.
Yes you can legally date him as long as you guys dont have sex then its statitory rape. But yes it is allowed.
Yes but it must be with a legit family member such as grandparent or aunt/uncle. If you try moving in with a friend or boyfriend and your parents call the police then you can …get a felony and have to go to classes and do community service and possibly get on probation. Trust me i do not recommend that one.
Can a 16-year-old legally move out of her mother's house and live with her boyfriend and his father?
Only if the father of the boyfriend petitions the court and is awarded guardianship. Or the 16 year old can petition the court for emancipation, which is seldom granted. … At 16 you are still a minor and therefore your parents have the authority to decide where you live. In regard to emancipation, just be aware that not every state has emancipation laws.
Yes there are no paticular laws about dating people. There are laws about sexual contact.
Yes if you are emancipated by the court or through marriage. Otherwise you will need parental permission.
Answer A 16-year-old cannot move out of their parents' house (assuming of course the parents have custody) without parental consent or being emancipated by the co…urt.
Is it legal in Missouri to move out at the age of 16 without parental consent and if not what is the legal age?
No, the age of majority in MO. is 18. RSMO 210.110 (3) "Child" anyperson regardless of physical or mental conditon under 18 years ofage. RSM) 660.400 (1) "Adult" an individual… over 18 years of age.Answer Actually, the age here in Missouri that you would beconsidered an adult at, is 17. But, if you wanted to continueschool, but moved out of the school district, your parents wouldhave to sign for your transfer. Answer The statutes, RevisedStatute MO. 210.110 and Revised Statute MO. 660.400 are indeed thecorrect laws concerning the age of majority. The confusion iscaused by the noted exception to the law which is a 17 years old isconsidered emancipated if they marry or join the military. Althoughthe reality is, most states do not enforce the age of majority lawswhen they relate to 17 years old, unless authorities have a reasonto become involved. Missouri does have a qualified minor law, allowing you to leaveyour parents home at 16 under certain circumstances. Section 431.056.1 . Minor's ability to contract for certainpurposes--conditions. . 431.056. 1. A minor shall be qualified and competent to contractfor housing, employment, purchase of an automobile, receipt of astudent loan, admission to high school or postsecondary school,obtaining medical care, establishing a bank account, admission to ashelter for victims of domestic violence, as defined in section 455.200 , or a homeless shelter, and receipt ofservices as a victim of domestic violence or sexual abuse,including but not limited to counseling, court advocacy, financialassistance, and other advocacy services, if: . (1) The minor is sixteen or seventeen years of age; and . (2) The minor is homeless, as defined in subsection 1 of section 167.020 , or a victim of domestic violence, as definedin section 455.200 , unless the child is under thesupervision of the children's division or the jurisdiction of thejuvenile court; and . (3) The minor is self-supporting, such that the minor is withoutthe physical or financial support of a parent or legal guardian;and . (4) The minor's parent or legal guardian has consented to theminor living independent of the parents' or guardians' control.Consent may be expressed or implied, such that: . (a) Expressed consent is any verbal or written statement made bythe parents or guardian of the minor displaying approval oragreement that the minor may live independently of the parent's orguardian's control; . (b) Implied consent is any action made by the parent or guardianof the minor that indicates the parent or guardian is unwilling orunable to adequately care for the minor. Such actions may include,but are not limited to: . a. Barring the minor from the home or otherwise indicating thatthe minor is not welcome to stay; . b. Refusing to provide any or all financial support for theminor; or . c. Abusing or neglecting the minor, as defined in section 210.110 or committing an act or acts of domesticviolence against the minor, as defined in section 455.010 . . 2. A minor who is sixteen years of age or older and who is inthe legal custody of the children's division pursuant to an orderof a court of competent jurisdiction shall be qualified andcompetent to contract for the purchase of automobile insurance withthe consent of the children's division or the juvenile court. Theminor shall be responsible for paying the costs of the insurancepremiums and shall be liable for damages caused by his or hernegligent operation of a motor vehicle. No state department, fosterparent, or entity providing case management of children on behalfof a department shall be responsible for paying any insurancepremiums nor liable for any damages of any kind as a result of theoperation of a motor vehicle by the minor. . (L. 2000 S.B. 757 & 602, A.L. 2004 H.B. 1453, A.L. 2007 H.B.583, A.L. 2014 H.B. 1092) .
No. It is not a good idea to live with a boy when you are so young. Stay at home and go to school. If your home life is troubled then seek a relative and if that is not… possible then seek a girlfriend house. living with a boy so young is asking for more than you realize and you are too young to see what lies ahead, this would be a very big mistake. what happens when your boyfriend decides he wants another girlfriend or you want another boyfriend? do you really think he is going to let you live in his house dating another boy? do you think you can live with him while he is dating another girl? What happens when he brings her to the house, how is that going to make you feel? Stay home.
I think it really depends on a number of factors: How long have you been together? Is moving in something you both, genuinely, want? Is is something your partner feels pre…ssured to do because of guilt over the situation, etc.? Are you both on the same page in terms of what you want in a relationship? (ie can you see yourself marrying this person, can this person see themselves marrying you?, etc.) Do you have a road map you have both agreed upon as far as moving the divorce along? Is the issue of him still being legally married to someone something you can accommodate? If the issue of the legal marital status to someone besides yourself is a major issue in your relationship, it might be worth waiting a while until you and your partner can discuss the issue further and agree on when a reasonable time for the divorce to go through is. Often times, people who are coming out of a marriage are slow to get the legal aspects of the divorce moving because 1) it's expensive and 2) there is often a comfortable relationship with their ex. It is crucial that you make your feelings known to your partner about the relationship. Setting boundaries together about contact with the ex, their financial arrangements, etc. BEFORE you commit to move in will save you both a lot of stress after the fact. In the course of figuring this all out one or both of you may realize it's not time yet for either of you to move in or even be in a relationship with one another. Patience pays off when it comes to this decision. Better to have everything flushed out before moving in instead of discovering this after you've signed a lease or purchased a home and you're in a financially costly mess together.
No, He is legally an adult at this stage, But You will need his parents permisson. But do you think it is wise to have them both under the same roof. Sleeping in the sam…e house. If so talk to your daughter about contraception.
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