as soon as you turn 18 its the law actually now the legal age is 17 so and you can get rid of an order of protection and the age legally at 16 but at 16 you have to come up with a good reason for getting rid of it and at 17 you become legal age you should be able to and if the order of protection is off then yes you can get married
your parents have the restraining order against him so you can still live with him as long as he stays away from your parents.
I'm sorry but yes
secretly date them are have your parnants meet this person you want to date so they trust you
yes they can
Yes, he could have charges brought against him. Until you are an adult, your parents are responsible for you.
haha well... I had this same problem a few months ago. Talk to your parents with your boyfriend. Have your parents talk to his parents. Try to prove to your parents that they can trust your boyfriend- that's what I did. My boyfriend and I actually took our parents out to dinner and we all talked about it, and it all worked out in the end :)
my parents got a protective order against my boyfriend when i was 16. i am now 17 and i will be 18 in 4 months. my caseworker and the judge explained that once you turn 18 the charges can be dropped bc they were filed by your parents in your name. you will be a legal adult so you are the only one who can file or erase the charges at that time.
you can't make your parents get along with your boyfriend, they either get along or they don't
They can if they have reason to believe he has commited an offence.
Yes, there are no laws against dating but as minors your parents have to be OK with it of course.
Be sure your girlfriend is not keeping in touch with her ex boyfriend first. If she is not then she needs to report him to the police and have her parents put a Restraining Order against him.
Tell them, it's better than an older boyfriend. Ask the age difference between your parents and relate it to you and your boyfriend.
No, a judge would never allow your parents to do that to your boyfriend.
have you tried talking to your own parents about this? Ask your boyfriends parents what they have against you. Also have you ever thought that his parents might be a bit overprotective! the girl in the pink cardigan x
You can't force your parents to let you have a boyfriend. Though, you can try to reason with them and they can let you have a boyfriend. If you think you are mature enough to have a boyfriend; tell your parents why you want a boyfriend and that it's not because everyone else has one. Have your parents meet him or invite him over for dinner so they know he's a good person. If they still say no beg until they let you
If you're in the US... No judge in any state is going to custody of a minor to the parent of her boyfriend, and especially a boyfriend who got her pregnant.
Mum, dad, I have a boyfriend
Boyfriend has no standing in the court
No. There are only a few things that a child can do without parents' consent, and moving in with a boyfriend is not one of them.
No. And the boyfriend's parents could very well find themselves facing criminal charges for taking her in.
yes until you are over 18 they can press charges and he can go to jail
It depends on his age if he is 4 years older or if she is under 16 then yes
The chance is pretty good. People who practice the withdrawal method are called "parents."
Ask your boyfriend's parents to invite them.