Can a 17-yr old girl move in with her 20-yr old boyfriend if she has consent from her parents in Oklahoma?
She could, but the boyfriend could be charged with second-degree
rape if they have a sexual relationship.
Can a 17yr old with a 1yr old baby and is curintly pregnanunt move out of her mothers place in Oklahoma?
Can a 17yr girl that has had a baby in the state of Indiana get married with out a parents permission?
What do you do if your 17yr old moves out but is failing in school and not attending school will they lose their ssi due to parents receive ssdi?
I would say yes but you really need both parents consent and help so just in case you get pregnant your parents would be notified so i would say no The age of consent for sex is 16 in Nevada, but the age of majority is 18. So you might need permission from both parents to leave home. another answer: I checked, and it's ok if BOTH parents approve, but with only one- it's not…
A parent can call you a run away and have the police bring you home. They can say you are a repeat run away and try to place you where you can not run away. Since you are almost 18 the police may not want to do this, and may ask your parents what they wish for you to do. You can not be arrested if you have not broken any laws.
Parents treat 16 and 17yr. olds like adults because your parents won't support your butt forever and they want you to learn things on your own such as responsibilities, maturity, and getting you ready for the real world. And they can't do your job and pay your bills so they are doing you a big favor in the long run.
not unless you get parent permission but if you want to move out and your 17 and your boyfriend is 20 then your a skank fyi That's not true!!! You can move out and go to Georgia with your boyfriend, it just depends on what state you live in and what their law is. That doesn't make you a skank.... From What I've Read Is That You Can Move Out, However Since Your Not 18…
Is it illegal if someone picks up a 14yr old girl and take her to her 17yr old boyfriend house even if she wanted to go?
None. You don't have rights until you are 18. In a sense your parents will still take partial responsibility for your actions, but your parents can get in a LARGE amount of trouble throwing you out without a proper place of residence to return to. (Such as an uncle or grandparents house, they cannot leave you on the streets, the other choice would be adoption)