In a lot of states they now have truancy laws. This means parents can be punished for not making sure their children are attending school. By punishment I mean being on probation and some even have jail time. The government expects that we as parents raise our childrent o be productive people. Not going to school, is not productive.
No, you shouldn't be. They are legally an adult and therefore are able to live on their own and be responsible for their own actions. Depending on where you live and what school your child is in depends on who will be held responsible.
No. His parents are not responsible for financially supporting his child.No. His parents are not responsible for financially supporting his child.No. His parents are not responsible for financially supporting his child.No. His parents are not responsible for financially supporting his child.
No, the child is 18 therefor an adult in charge of their own actions.
Yes, if you are still younger than 18 you are still considered a minor child and your parents are still legally responsible for you.
No. At 18 you are a legal adult, and your parents are not responsible for you.
if she lives with her parents
NO. Only biological parents are responsible for supporting their child.NO. Only biological parents are responsible for supporting their child.NO. Only biological parents are responsible for supporting their child.NO. Only biological parents are responsible for supporting their child.
Unless it is punishable by law, children are not legally held accountable for their actions, but their parents can because they are responsible for the actions of their children.
yeah because the parents of the child trusted the other parents to take care of their son/daughter
Depending on the age of the child, the parents could be charged with neglect. Additionally, the child could be taken by social services, put into foster care, or even sent to juvenile (depending on the situation) where they would be forced to go to school. So, in a nutshell, parents CAN be held responsible for the actions of their kids.
parents are in every way responsible for their child and they should always be there if the child is in need of their parent.
i thin parents are responsible for a spoild child
In Alabama, parents are responsible for their children's care and actions up to the age of 18. This also includes any property damage a minor child causes.
Yes, they are held responsible for their minor children. That includes making sure they are in school.
Parents are responsible for their childrens actions until they come of age or leave home. If the child needs to be corrected on something that is wrong it is the parents duty to do this. Sometimes it is inevitable that the parent will be punished for not controlling their child.
No. They are not responsible for supporting your child.No. They are not responsible for supporting your child.No. They are not responsible for supporting your child.No. They are not responsible for supporting your child.
No. Sometimes if the 'child' is disabled support can continue beyond the age of 18, but a working 18 year old is an adult and the parents aren't legally or financially responsible.
The age of majority in most states is considered to be 18, though there is some variance.
Yes. If the child is acting out that way then the parents should have taught them better at home.
Yes, until all children are 18.
No. A child cannot be held responsible for the actions of their parents.Exception to the rule: If the children are heirs of an estate (both parents are deceased) and taxes are outstanding, then the taxes must be paid out of the estate proceeds before the child(ren) could be awarded the residuals.
The child is no longer a minor. As an adult, they are responsible for themselves.
I can think of one way: Ownership equals responsibility. If you own a dog that bites your neighbor, you are responsible for their medical bills. If you own a car and someone drives it and wrecks it, you are responsible for damages. Similarly, if your child breaks the law or damages property, you are responsible for making sure the damage gets paid for and making sure your child makes it to court or community service requirements. Because the child belongs to you, you are responsible for his/her actions.
now adays kids of 13 and 14 are also not responsible for their actions from 15 kids start to become responsible.