It depends upon how "leave home" is defined and what sort of custodial rights each parent has. A parent can give temporary custody (3 months or less) of their minor child/children. to another qualified adult. There are however, several guidelines that must be followed to assure that state social services will not find it necessary to intervene. Other than the above mentioned situation a parent cannot simply tell the minor child it is alright to go out on their own. Parents are financially and legally responsible for their child/children until they reach the state age of majority or until a court of law rules otherwise.
In Alabama, an 18 year old male cannot leave home without permission and not go to jail. One has to be at least 19 years old to leave home without permission.
No, you will need the other parents and the courts permission.
They certainly can if they have permission from their parents. Otherwise, they will have to wait until they turn 18 or there is a court order.
No because what if something happened to you? No one would know where you are or were.
What should a notarized permission letter to take a child out of the country with one parent say?
If he is the one with primary custody or there's an agreement with your other parent, yes.
Provided it does not to live there.
Only with the permission of the other parent.
By 'a parent's permission' do you mean that you only have *one* of your parents permission? If that's the case then it depends on where you live. In many states, if the parents have equal custody then the permission of *both* is required.
By law, you must both go up to the location where they will issue a passport and both parents must sign a statement saying it is okay. If you have documentation that shows you are the custodial parent, you can have your child "red flagged" with the government and this way if he were to try to get a passport for your child they would have to notify you and then you can stop it. In the US the non-custodial parent can leave if they choose, they cannot however take a minor child with them unless a court rules otherwise. • This depends on your custody agreement, but I'm fairly certain a non-custodial parent needs permission. Just like a custodial parent will need permission depending on what the custody agreement states. I do know, however, that a custodial parent can get a passport without the permission of the non-custodial parent if he/she meets certain requirements. is that parent's name the only one on the birth cirtificate? Does that parent have sole LEGAL custody?
Not if the court has declared one the custodial parent. Until they reach adulthood, normally 18, they live where they are told to.
How can you draft a letter to the school principal asking for one week permission for our son as he is visiting his parent to Oman?
It depends on what you're asking: # Sure, it is legal for an 18 year old to leave his parents (at) home if he doesn't want them to go (presumably, to high school) with him. # Sure, it is legal to leave the parents' (or parent's) home [home of one's parent(s)] unless that 18 year old is on house arrest.
There are many types of planning permission one must get to build their own home. To build their own home, one must receive permission from the chief planning officer.
Yes because now the permission of the other parent is not obligatory. At the most the parent which has custody of the child may require declaration before the court and seek permission for signing on VISA without obtaining the signature of the other parent.
depends on the other parent and the one your going to live with
With joint legal, one is still primary and thus has the authority to do so, but not without first discussing it with the other parent.
Legally, in North Carolina, you cannot leave your parent's home until you reach your majority (at age 18). Although, it is true that in some counties in North Carolina, the police will not make you return to your parent's home if you are age 17 and one half years old. (No, I will not name the counties where this holds true.)
Yes, if the relationship breaks down and one leave they still have a chance for custody depending on the circumstances and how long they are gone etc.
no, even if you have sole custody
No, it can be considered contempt of court.
If without the permission of the parent or the courts.
They have different expressions. 'Shall I leave' is a permission where as "Should I leave" is an hesitating denial to leave that particular person.
Yes... this also applies to one parent taking a child abroad. For example, the Mother wants to leave a few days ahead of the Father to get a jump start on a school holiday, the Father must give written permission for the minor child to leave the USA without him. As the grandparents... both parent must give written permission. It is also a good idea to have them carry a medical intent letter, just in case of emergancy, and a copy of the child medical insurance. Hope this helps.
you can leave home (with parents permission) at 16 so you probably can move to your other parents house. (If you wait one year then you can leave and get your own house).