You should tell a parent first of all. And then take it from there. I would suggest also letting the school know, however, you MUST tell a parent before anything.
I'm not a lawyer or anything, but I think that it depends on what the situation is. Like if the sober parent is taking good care of the kid and the drug parent isn't abusing the kid or anything I don't think they can be removed.
No... In the state of mo...,you can freely leave and your parents cant do anything....
I'm not sure what you mean by "can you leave?" but if you mean can you legally leave your house... then yes at 18 you are considered an adult and your parent's can't do anything if you decide to pack up and go somewhere else.
In Canada, the age that a child/youth can leave home varies from province to province. In Ontario a youth can leave home, without parental permission, at the age of 16.
The other parent can file an injunction to stop it.
In the vast majority of cases, a son is named in his parent's Will. A son can be specifically excluded, however, when there were problems within the family and the parent doesn't want to leave anything more than a token to the son.
In Ontario one is able to get a stress leave with a doctors prescription. It is a lot like medical leave and if one has benefits it permits a person to receive pay while absent from work.
The parent would be charged with kidnapping.
No, At 17 your child is old enough to make his own dessicions. I think, depending on the country
Not unless you have been emancipated, if you have not , you will be considered a run-away, if you leave without your parent's consent, this will cause all kinds of unhappiness, so it is better to talk it over, your parent(s) are still responsible for you until you are 18.
There are many factors involved. In most cases the authorities will not allow a minor to leave the country without permission of the other parent.
He Lives In Startford,Ontario,Canada !
If that is what the parent wants, they can do so. The parent can decide where the minor lives.
18 if there is no legal agreement between parents or a court order. anything younger than 18 requires one or both.
leave them alone.
depends on the other parent and the one your going to live with
In Ontario, yes a 16 yr old can move out on their own.
you dont, you just leave them alone!
No, you do not have to leave them anything. There is no requirement for a sibling to receive any portion of an estate. The will can leave anything to anyone once the debts are cleared. Consult a probate attorney for drafting a will.
No. You cannot do anything to interfere with the other parent's access to your children. You need to petition the court for permission to relocate.
As in relocating, not without the permission of the court.
You cannot separate it, but if you wait until midnight the parent will leave its baby.
you can get parent permision at 16, but you can leave when you want at 18
By crying as loud as you can?