No. Parents are legally and financially responsible for their minor children until they reach the legal age of majority or a court rules otherwise. The legal age of majority for the state of Texas is 18.
If your parent is mentally abusive and you are 17 could you legally move into your boyfriend's house without your parent having a say?
You are considered an adult at 18 in Texas.
On their 18th birthday.
Yes, pigs can be kept legally as house pets in Texas. As a matter of fact, pot-bellied pigs are popular pets because they are very intelligent and can be housebroken.
By getting emancipated.
Legally, no. You are still a minor. You need to be 18 years of age to move out of your parents house. No matter who gives permission.
Yes if authorities found out
Unless you are legally able to do so by a judge then it will be up to your parents and your granmother if you cando this.
Legally, they cannot live in the house without the consent of the executor of the estate.
16 with parents permission, 18 without permission.
If she has permission she can. Otherwise she must be 18.
It is illegal for a parent to force a minor child to move out. The parents are legally responsible for the child until the age of 18.
No, the parents are no longer responsible for them. They are an adult and responsible for themselves.
They can, but they cannot legally own it by themselves. They would have to have an adult parent or guardian on the title with them. 17 year olds are minors and minors cannot LEGALLY own property or make legally binding contracts.
No, not in California, anyway. (However, it happens all the time...)
You can move out without the parents consent, but the parent may take you to court and get you back.
A pregnant teen (or any teen) can be kicked out of a house. However, if they are not put in alternate housing (foster care, etc), if anything happens to that child the legal guardian is still legally responsible.
Yes, you are an adult and emancipated by 18. Being blind does not change that.
in Texas, not without parental permission. They are still a minor until the reach the age of majority in their state.
No, you have to have reached the age of majority which is 18. However, if you do leave they can not force you back but that is NOT the same thing as legally moving out.
Yes. At 18, in the United States, you are legally an adult. You can do whatever you want.
Yes, they can tell them to leave. Once the child is an adult, age 18, the parents are no longer legally responsible for them. They can even charge them with trespassing if they don't leave.
Yes, they can tell them to get out of their home. Once the child is an adult, age 18, the parents are no longer legally responsible for them. They can even charge them with trespassing if they don't leave