Yes they can legally ask you, but you can also legally not tell them anything.
Anything which is copyrighted.
If you are not legally separated or divorced, your wife will still be entitled to anything you own. You should seek a lawyer for specific legal advice.
Yes, anything that is not on the DEAs schedule can be smoked legally.
Naturally because they are
He has no rights or legally anything to do with you.
Almost anything really
In order to expedite a lien release legally you will need to have the IRS subordinate the lien. When this occurs, they cannot legally take anything that is yours.
You can pawn anything you legally own.
NO, anything that is unsigned is not legally enforceable.
Very little, in the United States. In some countries, a woman cannot vote, but in the US women can pretty much do anything a man can do, legally.
You could keep trying to talk to them and stay in communication, if you do or try to do anything legally you are only likely to drive your daughter away even further.
no, you must become legally emancipated or else your parents can report you as a runaway and you will get sent to juvie.
They cant legally "threaten" to do do anything that they cant legally do, so the answer is YES, they can attach your home.
Absolutely. Once s/he's 18, s/he's considered an adult/
Depends. Are you 18 or older? If you're 18 or older, then anything you've bought is legally yours. Anything you did NOT buy, such as a Christmas gift, is legally theirs. But if you're under 18 years old, then everything regardless of who bought them, belong to your parents.
anything you want except drink alcohol
if you want 'em to! not legally or anything! i so wish they did tho!
Legally, no. Morally...that's a different question.
It could be, especially if the person with the revoked license is involved in an accident because he cannot legally drive a vehicle and she committed insurance fraud by not telling her insurance company the spouse was in the household.
You can't legally own a business at 12. You must be an adult to be legally bound to anything, to sign contracts and file taxes.
If you are legally separated on the last day of the year, you should file either as single or as Head of Household (if you have children that live with you for more than 50% of the year).
Some animals are legally protected through programs to protect them especially if the animals species is rare or going extinct.
No emancipation is only done by a judge. If you have not been to court, you are not emancipated.
Legally, no. The US Government owns all money and they let you "use" it, but they won't do anything if you put a hole in it. It is against the law to deface any U.S. currency, including pennies. Practically, yes you may, because the law is rarely enforced, especially in the case of pennies, which are plentiful and almost worthless.