Can a 19 year old live with a 28 year old legally?
A 19 year old can legally live with a 28 year old. Once a person turns 18, they become a legal adult and are at the age of consent.
No. At 19 he is an adult. The 17 year old is a minor. The 19 year old can be charged with rape of the 17 year old with/without consent. Many Countries have a minimum Age of Consent set at 16-years-old for sexual relationships. It would not therefore be a problem, but depending on where they live. Going out without sexual activity is not considered a crime at any age.
A 16 year old and a 19 year old have a baby and the 16 year olds mother kicks her out can the 19 year old and her legally live together?
yes, having a child is automatically gives you he status of an adult (however i don't think this status extends to other part of law, driving for example) ADDED: The original answer not complete or accurate!!! MUCH depends on the state you reside in. The laws of the various states vary widely on this subject - in fact - depending on the state - the 19 year old might even be guilty of Statutory Rape.
A child under the age of 16 is considered a minor. Over the age of 16 you are legally (at least here in Georgia) considered an adult. My guess would be that, if anything sexual occurred, the 19 year old could be arrested for contributing to the delinquency of a minor, as well as possibly statutory rape, since the 15 year old is legally a minor.
No, at 17 you are a minor and it is illegal for a 19 year old adult to date you. I'm leaving the previous sentence for comparison. There are no legal restrictions on age as it pertains to "dating". Age of consent refers to acts of intimacy, not to companionship. A 17 year old can legally keep company with a 19 year old, however, physical acts of a sexual nature are (age dependent on municipality)…
At 19 years old, she is legally old enough to make that decision. If her parents are disagreeing with her decision, they might have reasons of their own. If you are 16 or older and married in Wisconsin, you are considered "emancipated" and no longer under your parents control (assuming you don't live with them, of course).