The question is confusing to say the least, however this reply is given assuming that the "26" was meant to be "16". The state's age of majority is 18, but North Carolina does have laws regarding emancipation/relief of disability of age of a minor. Any resident of the state who is at least sixteen years of age can petition the court under the N.C. Juvenile Code, Title 7B, SubChapter 4, Article 35, for an emancipation decree. (http://ncga.state.nc.us)
Yes. If they change their minds, the age is 18 legally.
If you have parental permission. Until you are an adult, 18 in North Carolina, your parents are responsible for you. That includes determining where you live.
You're a legal adult. Your parents are no longer legally or financially responsible for you, and you are no longer subject to the rules and control of your parents (of course if you live under their roof, you got to follow their rules or risk being kicked out).
If she is legally married, yes. If she is emancipated, yes. If she has her parents' permission, yes. If she doesn't have her parents' permission, no, but she can apply for emancipation.
In North Carolina you are still considered a minor. Until you turn 18, they are responsible for you.
When? at what age? At 18 you are an adult and can legally move. Until then you are a minor.
Not legally, the age of majority in North Carolina is 18. The resulting consequences of an underaged person leaving the family home depends on if the parents choose to enlist the help of authorities to have the minor returned.
It would be legal if the parents have approved. Otherwise you will have to wait until 18 or have a court order.
No, civil unions and domestic partnerships are not legally defined in North Carolina.
Seventeen is not the same as being 18. Until you are an adult, the law says the parents are responsible for the minor.
You can reside with as many as you like, but you can be legally married to only one of them.
In the state of North Carolina, a 16 year old cannot legally move out of their parents house without permission. If they want to do so, they must petition the court for emancipation.
No. That is a duty and privilege of the federal government.
only if you get emancipated from your parents rights, but you have to prove you are financially stable, or if its okay with your parents, then its fine,
yes you can. you can even have sex because in North Carolina you are technically an adult and can make your own decisions. if your parents found out and told authorities the case would most likely be thrown out.
Yes, of course, as long as it is legally registered.
No. When it pertains to a consensual sexual relationship, the AOC for North Carolina is 16. The legal age of majority for NC is 18. If the parents of the minor objected to the relationship then they would have recourse to prevent the minor female from having contact with the adult male. If the parents have no objections then authorities would not intervene.
No- both of Polk's parents were born in North Carolina.
Being pregnant does not make a girl an adult. Until the law considers her an adult, at age 18, she lives where her parents tell her to.
The age of majority, which is 18 in North Carolina. Until then the parents are responsible.
No, your parents could make you come back at 17. Until you turn 18 in North Carolina, they are responsible for you.