A parent is responsible (as in a lawsuit) for the child's actions unless he/she becomes emancipated, joins the military, or gets married (requiring parental consent in Georgia if under 18). Yes, the age of majority is 18; however, a child can leave at 17. A parent cannnot force them to stay. But they cannot be kicked out until age 18. Call the police and ask. The police do have jurisdiction in this matter, because the child can be charged as a runaway and sent to juvenile detention if just 16 (or less). In Georgia, if the child is 17, the police will not do anything, and the child may leave without consent. But ther parents cannot kick the child out until age 18. Absolutely, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. If a police officer says no, ask to speak to his/her immediate supervisor. In Georgia, a person can now go to jail at age seventeen. That created a unique twist in the law. Parents are responsible for a child until age 18, so they will still be responsible for the child's actions; however, they cannnot force the child to stay should the child wish to leave. Parents also cannot kick the child out until age 18.
No, you have to be 17 to leave home without parental consent in Georgia.
In the state of Texas you can leave home at the age of 17. (without parental consent; meaning with their permission)
They can leave at anytime with parental consent. Without it, they have to be 18 years old.
No. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor. You can leave home at 18 without parental consent. The only way you can leave prior to turning 18 without parental consent is if you
In the state of Georgia, at the age of 17, by law, you are permitted to leave home without parental consent.. if you are no longer attending high school.
no you can lwavw homw WITH PARENTS CONSENT at 16 but you must be 18 to leave home without parental consent.
With parental consent a child can leave home at any time. Otherwise they must be an adult, 18 in Connecticut.
No. They are a minor.
No you have to be 18.
Not if you bring the children and he has parental rights.
Without parental consent, 19yo.
No, the age of majority is 18. You would need to be legally emancipated if you want to leave home without parental consent.
No, they are not an adult in Missouri. Until they are 18, they cannot leave the state without parental permission.
Not at 17 years of age. They are still considered a minor and the responsibility of the parents.
18 you cannot be a minor and move out without parental consent or any repurcussions from police if they are brought into the picture...
no you have to be 19
18 without parental consent.
At 18 without parental consent.
18 without parental consent.
Only with parental consent. You are not emancipated, only regarding the pregnancy and your health.
No, the legal age is 18 without consent of parents or legal guardian.
Without parental consent it's 18.
Until you are 18 you will need parental consent if you want to move out.
The age of consent in NC is 16, and you have to be no more than four years younger or older than your partner when dating or having sex. You have to be 18 to leave home with out parental consent, unless you get emancipated.