If you're in the US, the age is 18. Until then you need your parents permission to model (or do anything else).
You can live with anyone with parental permission. This does not relieve them of their responsibilities to support the minor.
Only if you have parental permission. Until you are an adult, your parents are responsible for you. That includes determining where you live.
No. Adoption laws are strict. The court or parents must first legally sever parental ties before an adoption can take place.
Yes... with legal permission.
A minor can never agree or give consent. Legally they are not considered mature enough to do so. Their parents or someone else can not give their permission either.
it is always better to have a relationship with your parents be4 someone else ypur parents are the people you can look up to when he/she breaks your heart :DDD
Speckletail's parents are unknown-I thought it was larksong and someone else.
yesYes, in all 50 states. Although parents have the right to oversee their minor children's welfare they do not have the right to supercede the law.Therefore, a parent can give a minor permission to live with someone else. However, you have to notify child services or a caseworker that the child will be living with someone else.
do all butterflies have parents or families or do someone else raise them unstead?
if your parents sign custody off to the other people
yes it is unless done by mistake
you can get in a wholeleap of trouble
Unless you are the legal guardian of your father, yes. There is no requirement that he get your permission. And if someone else is guardian, it is their decision.
no it is not parents have to teach you or someone else.
King boo and someone else
probably her parents or someone else
It depends on what you are asking permission for. If it is something serious then ask politely and if that gets you nowhere just go ahead and do it and say nothing else about it to them.
Yes, you can take out a loan for a vehicle for someone else and make the payments on it, but the only way you can put the vehicle in their name is if you have their permission.
The age of majority is 18 in Missouri. This would mean that at 17 you are still underage and under the supervision of your parents. Which means you cannot move out on your own without their permission.
it depends what ur parents are like or else dont count on it!
WE are not mind freaks. So ask someone else.
No he can not. A minor in Michigan have to be 18 to choose where to live and that is even when choosing between his parents so he can absolutely not decide to move to someone else without parental permission.
If it's something you made yourself or you got permission to sell then it is legal. If someone else made it and you are selling it without their permission, no, it is not.