You need to be 18 to move out without parental permission. The age of majority is actually 19 in Alabama and Nebraska, and 21 inand . In some states, such as Texas or , there seems to be a loophole in that if a child moves out at age 17 the police will not force back home. Also, in some states if you are pregnant you can get married and if you are married you are considered emancipated. You might also be able to join the military at 17 and become emancipated.
No. Both parents permission is necessary.
If they have the permission of their parents or guardians. The parents are responsible for the child. They can decide where the child lives.
Because its their child and the child is only in your care and nothing should take place without their permission!
No you are a minor with a child and need your parents permission to move.
A child under the age of 18 cannot move out their parents house without either permission or emancipation. If the child moves, law enforcement officers would bring the child back home.
As of 2014, a child under the age of 17 is required to remain in school. The child is not allowed to leave school with or without the permission of parents.
No, they need money and permission.
Legally a teenager under the age of 18 cannot move out of their parents home in Florida. This law applies even if the teenager has a child of their own and you would have to have permission from your parents.
If they have parental permission. The parents are responsible for the child. They can decide where the child lives.
No, you will need the other parents and the courts permission.
15-17 years old if there parents let them
No. Pregnancy does not confer emancipation.
No. And this how grounding a child works.
Not without her parents' permission. Even though she has a child, until she is 18, they are responsible for her.
No, grandparents cannot take a child across a state line without permission from the parents mainly because of the 'Amber Alert' laws. It is wise to get a written consent from the parents along with the birth certificates of the grandchildren.
no you cant you need there premission
Emancipation means the child is considered legally an adult. Yes.
Not unless the grandparent is the legal guardian. You need parent's permission to take their children ANYWHERE.
What it requires is a court order. Without one, it doesn't matter how "unhappy" the child is, they have to live with their parents.
A child without parents is an orphan.
Short answer - no. You need to have an insurable interest, or be the legal guardian of the child.
Not without parental permission. Anyone who does this without the knowledge of the parents would be liable to be charged with child endangerment and child battering among other charges,
Without the permission of the parents, file a child in need of care motion in family court. see link
Responsible parents do. How else will a parent find out if a child is on drugs or is violating some other rule of yourhome.