Can a 16-year-old legally move out without parental permission in Arkansas and live with another parent?
Until you turn 18, your custodial parent has the right to determine where you live. If you move in with the non-custodial parent without permission from the custodial parent, then they can call the police and have you picked up and brought back home. The non-custodial parent could be charged with 'interference with custody' and possible other charges as well. The non-custodial parent can petition the court for a change of custody. At your age, you would be allowed to state where you would like to live. The judge will take your wishes--along with many other things--into consideration when making the final decision.
Can you be fifthteen and get a tattoo in the state of North Carolina if you have your parents permission?
If you are sixteen and pregnant and do not have parent permission to marry your eighteen year old boyfriend is there a state where they will marry you?
You need to be worried about the laws of your state. Boyfriend can't take you to another state to get married. First, it's illegal to take a minor across state lines without parental permission. Second, even if it wasn't, you couldn't get married anyway, because you're a minor without parental permission who is not a resident of their state.
Can you get married if you are under age and live in Colorado with your parents but your fiance lives in another state?
The legal age is eighteen. There are some exceptions to include Married (need parental permission), military service (need parental permission), or by court order. There may be another option, of being able to be self sufficient and able to support oneself but I do not know if that is an option in the state of Kentucky.
Is it illegal if you are 18 and want to get married to someone who is 15 but your parents do not accept it so you do it without their permission?
The minor person must have parental permission. If you took her to another state, without the permission of her parents you could be charged with a Federal and/or state crime, even if she went willingly. There are state and federal statutes that protect minors, whether they wish to be protected or not. And whether her parents were agreeable or not. Tread carefully...very carefully. It's illegal if her parents disapprove, but not if yours do. An…
The legality of one person dating another person is determined by parental permission. A minor must have parental permission to do almost anything. The parents of both of these minor children must give permission before dating can occur. But sexual contact is determined by law. These factors are determining: 1. Different states make crimes of different acts, and set different ages of consent. 2. A minor is not competent to make the decision to give…
Is it legal for a 16 year old to get married to a 23 year old in another state and return back to Mississippi married?
All states but Nebraska require the couple to be 18 to marry without parental permission. In Nebraska it's 19. A few states waive this requirement if there is a pregnancy but then you most likely still have to have court approval. If you are pregnant/already have children there are a few states who allow you to get married without parental consent but then you must have permission from a court. And even with parental approval…
Could a fifteen year old move out of the family home without parental consent and live with another family or alone?
For a minor to be eligible for adoption they must be either, orphaned by the death of both parents; or both parents voluntarily relinquish their parental rights; or one parent relinquish parental rights so the minor child can be adopted by the new spouse of the the custodial parent; or by all parental rights be terminated by the court. A minor may only move in with another relative or a friend of the family if…
Can a 16 year old citizen in the us marry an 19 year old from another country and bring him to the us?
Can an 18 year old move out of parents home and into another state without his or her parents permisson can they stop me from leaving and make me stay?
If a 17 year old gets married in ms to another 17 year old are you as a parent still legally and financially responsible for her?
You were never married never been to court and have shared custody of your child. Can the mother of your child move to another state without your permission?
Yes. An unmarried mother has sole custody of her child until the father establishes his paternity legally and then petitions for custodial rights. Once the father has established his parental rights legally, the mother cannot move to another state without his consent and/or the court's permission since the move would mean the father's visitation rights would be affected.
Can you leave the father not husband of your child and take the child with you to another country without telling him?
I'll answer your question with another one... Does the mother have legal custody of the child? If so, the answer is YES. Its required by most states (you'd have to check your state laws to get a definite answer) for the parent without legal custody to get permission to leave state for any time period that is beyond their parental visitation rights. During the time period they have visitation rights, they have full parental rights…
No because the tenant has permission to be on the property. Adverse possession is when you use the property of another without permission and openly, for a period of years that varies in different jurisdictions. No because the tenant has permission to be on the property. Adverse possession is when you use the property of another without permission and openly, for a period of years that varies in different jurisdictions. No because the tenant has…