Probably. The legal age of majority is 18 but apparentlypolice won't generally force a 17-year-old to move back in with their parents. If you leave home without parental consent, then anyone who takes you in--even if they are a relative--can be facing charges for doing so. Texas does have laws against harboring a runaway. There could possibly be other charges as well.
Yes, a grandparent, or another relative, can apply for guardianship if the parents' rights have been terminated or with the consent of the parents.
If you and another person have parents who are first cousins, then you and that other person are second cousins, because you have a great-grandparent in common.
A babysitting grandparent cannot be considered "in loco parentis." The grandparent is simply helping out the parents for a short time; the parents have not transferred any parental responsibilities over to the grandparent.
Your third cousins are those relatives who share a great-great-grandparent with you. They are the children of your parents' second cousins and the grand children of your grandparents' first cousins.
Parents parent, hope this helped you!! :)
Your aunt-in-law's parents would be your grandparent-in-laws.
The maternal grandparents are the parents of the individual's mother.
Each state has their own laws. In NY, the parents would have to pay child support to the custodial grandparents.
The parents pay for their child.
If a grandparent has applied for guardianship of minor grandchildren because parents are deceased, can the children state that they don't want to live with the grandparent even though that would be in the childrens best interest
One very simple thing to do is to look at your skin. Another is to ask your parents or other relatives.
You an write in a new baby card to a grandparent, 'welcome to grandparent world'. You can mention about being able to have the kids over and then being able to send them back home to their parents.
Your father's father or mother. Maternal grandparents are your mother's parents.
Yes, and they frequently do should the parents die.
Not unless the grandparent is the legal guardian. You need parent's permission to take their children ANYWHERE.
parientes = relatives NB this is not English 'parents', which is 'padres'.
no he cant < because what will the parents think and it is also illegal.
It depends on your jurisdiction. In the United States the parents are required by law to support their children. If the grandparent has custody the child support payments must be paid over to the grandparent. It's your child and you should support her.
un grand-parent, plural des grands-parents
Traits passed from not your parents, but possibly a grandparent or someone before or related to them
As much as they want while ignoring the parents.
The relationship between two second cousins is that they are second cousins. That means that one of the parents of one was the first cousin of one of the parents of the other; and that one grandparent of one was the sibling of the grandparent of the other.
Should have 10 years 11 months ago, and filed child support on BOTH parents, so yes.
borrow from a friend, parents, grandparent, tell them you will pay them back, and mean it
No unless there's an agreement with the parents.