Can a fourteen year old girl move out of her parents house without parent consent and not be forced to move back in?
No, she can't.
A judge will not allow that to happen unless their is proof of
Can a 17 year old minor move out of her parents house in Louisiana without parental consent and move in with fiance in Texas and not be forced to return home by the authorities?
In Louisiana can a 17-year-old female move in with her fiance without parental consent and not be forced to return home if she is provided for?
Can to 16 year friends move out without parent consent with a job and looking at a stable apartment in the state of Georgia?
Can a 17 year old in the state of Louisiana move out of her parents' home without consent and not be forced to return home if she is provided for?
If a girl is married with the consent of her parents at the age of 17 can she later seek a divorce proving that at the time of marriage she was a minor and hence it was without her consent?
If you're in the US, no, she couldn't get a divorce on these grounds unless she can convince the court that her parents forced her to get married (in which case you'd probably be dealing with an annulment instead of a divorce). She can still get a divorce, just not on those grounds. She could, for example, file on the grounds of irreconcilable differences.
Can a 17-year-old in the state of Louisiana move out of her parents' home without consent and not be forced to return home if she is provided for?
This exact question has been answered on here before. The answer is still the same: Being provided for is irrelevant. A 17-year-old is a minor and therefore, unless they have been emancipated, their parents get to decide where they live. At 18, you can move anywhere you want without parental consent. 17 is a tricky age in Louisiana, at 17 you can be arrested as an adult, however you must still obey your parents wishes…
Can a 17 year old leave the country and live independently without being legally forced to return to the US By parents etc..?
No. A seventeen-year-old can't leave home without parental consent unless emancipated. Emancipation is not legally available in all states in the US and is difficult to get even in those states. Usually if a minor has parents who are actively seeking to keep him or her in the home and they are not abusive, emancipation will not be granted.
No, as long as the person it is performed on consents to the surgery. If however it is forced onto a person without their own consent, then yes, it is a violation of the Human Right to Bodily Integrity. Only in the case of medical emergencies should circumcision be performed on someone without their consent, however this is very rare.
Would you be in trouble if you took an autistic person away from their home without asking their family?
Autism is a very wide spectra so how a person is varies greatly. If the person is a minor you could be charged with kidnapping unless you have consent from his parents or guardian. If he is an adult and has a guardian you will also need consent. If he is an adult like the rest of us and do not need a guardian you do not have to tell anyone, the choice to go…
The age of sexual consent differs by country and state. Refine your question a bit. Generally if the 15yo is mentally stable (does not have a diminished mental capacity), and the parents know and approve of the relationship, and no one is being coerced (forced), then their would be no reason to prosecute. Note: Parents cannot give permission to break the law. Depending on the laws, if they allow it to occur, they could be…
Consent means to agree to something. Free consent means to agree without coercion - without being forced or threatened. According to the Indian Contract Act free consent is said to be free when it is not caused by - (1) coercion, as defined in section 15, or (2) undue influence, as defined in section 16, or (3) fraud, as defined in section 17, or (4) misrepresentation, as defined in section 18, or (5) mistake, subject…
Can a 16-year-old girl leave her parents' home without being forced to return or being reported as a runaway?
What was three complaint that the colonists had about King George on the declaration of independence?
The answer to your question is that a person should only leave home at 16 with their parents consent However if they leave home with out it they wont normally be forced to return provided the Police know they are safe. In some circumstances the Parents can make the child a ward of the court and the court will then make decisions on their welbeing IE if at 16 achild leaves to livewtih and older…
First, for consent to be free, you must be old enough to consent. The age of consent varies according to country, state, and type of contract. Second, in order for consent to be free, you must not be coerced, or forced. And you must not be drunk or drugged or otherwise in a state of body or mind which affects your decision-making ability.
A minor (such as 15 year old) may obtain a tattoo only with written consent of a parent or guardian. The signed consent form must be retained for 3 years following the procedure. If a tattoo artist or other individual performs the tattoo on a willing minor without parental consent, they are in violation of the state heath regulation and subject to fining. If a the tattoo is done without the minor's consent (i.e. it…
This would be the legal definition of Rape. Rape is defined as the Unlawful and violent control of another in which a forced situation of sexual contact or sexual battery occurs without consent. There may also be other contributing factors (age or mental competency) that may inhibit someone from making "Legal consent."
Well, it depends on if you gave consent or not. If you are at the age of consent ( 16+ depending on the state where you live) and it wasn't forced you have given your virginity to him and will never have it again. If you are under the age of 16 and he is older (18+) it could be considered rape. At any age if you didn't give consent ( stated "no" or fought…