Can you leave home at 17 in Texas with your parents being able to make you come back?
Yes, your parents could make you come back at 17. Until you turn 18 in Texas, they are responsible for you.
Can you leave your parents house at 17 without the police being able to make you go back in Missouri?
If your state has an emancipation law, if so you either have to prove that you have a job & can support yourself, or be able to prove that you are staying with someone that will support you if you can i know in Texas you will gain emancipation, and if you are supporting yourself you will gain a permit to buy cars, rent apartments, & have credit cards. (But if you are being supported…
What are the rights of a pregnant 16-year-old in south Carolina after she has the baby can she leave home?
pretty much get married but you still have to have your parents consent for that. once you get married you're automatically emancipated. otherwise you have to have a real good reason to get emancipated like your parents beating you and crazy stuff and also being able to support yourself financially.
If parents force a nineteen year old to leave home does he or she have a right to take his or her clothes and belongings?
Teens LOVE going places, so a teen being able to drive is good for the parents, because, as you probably know, parents hate taking their children places, so if a teen can drive, they can bring themselves there instead. This also includes to the grocery store if their parents need something from there. =) As for teens, being able to drive gives them the freedom that they want.
yes, at 17 you can leave without your parents being able to do anything in south carolina. unless you're on probation or have some other reason you wouldn't be able to. and the great part about that is, until your 18 your parents can't refuse to let you back in the house! soo, if stuff doesn't work out then you can go back there until you're 18...unless they emancipated you...which would really suck cuz then…
Yes, of course. We can deduce that from what we know of him. He is a devoted father himself and a man of impeccable character. Being the good person that he is he would certainly require all parents to support their own children if they are able to. Yes, of course. We can deduce that from what we know of him. He is a devoted father himself and a man of impeccable character. Being the…
If you are 17 and are going to have a baby can you legally move out without any permission from your parents in the state of Texas?
No, pregnancy does not change the legal age for which a minor may leave parental custody, the age remains at 18. The minor can petition the court for emancipation rights, but must still meet the requirements of being financially able to care for herself and her child, which includes proof of acceptable income, an established residence, clothing, food, medical care and so forth.
It is usually detected at birth if the parents know that they are the carries or it has ran in their family. If the parents do not know about being a carrier or in running through their family then they wont have the child tested until they have their first incounter with their child bleeding and not being able to stop it.