As long as your parents have legal custody of you, they have the authority to decide where you live until you reach the age of majority (usually 18, but in some states it's older--never younger). If you leave home without their permission, they can have your picked up by the authorities and returned home. Whoever takes you in when you runaway, could also potentially be facing charges. This relative could petition the court for custody, but generally speaking, unless they can prove the parents to be unfit in some way, it's rather unlikely that they would be successful. Of course, I don't know the details of your situation.
A person can legally move in with another family member if they go to court. An attorney can represent a minor.
No. The reverse mortgage must be paid off first.
The baby will most likely have problems. Whatever you do...DON'T IN PREGNANT ANOTHER FAMILY MEMBER!
Can a family member buy a short sale property from a family member
An adopted family is a family that is not a family by berth but a family that has legally said they will take care of you and accept you as a family member.
Only with parental permission or a court order can a 16 year old move out of the parent or guardian's home legally.
At the age of sixteen in Ohio, a child can move out of the house and into a family member's home only with the permission of the parents. The parents are still responsible for the child until they are eighteen and may have to pay child support to the other family member.
Legally SIGN a document for a family member . . ., NO, they may not sign a family member's signature FOR the family member. That is forgery!Although the Notary laws of some states differ, to eliminate any possible taint of conflict-of-interest, it is NOT a good idea for a Notary to WITNESS a family member's signature either.
No, you cannot legally get a gift of equity from a non family member. A gift of equity always has tax consequences, such as capital gains.
Not generally. Rarely an exception can be made when the family member is disabled and needs to be cared for by another family member and that family member is willing to give it.
As long as that person can otherwise legally own the firearm.
Yes, power of attorney can be given to a lawyer, or to anyone legally qualified to act in such capacity, and therefore, it does not have to be a family member.
Eh, what are you trying to prove or get out of?
Yes, you can search for another family member.
If the occupant is residing there legally (i.e.: tenant, family member, etc) and using the address as their legal residence, no, you cannot.
Yes, it is etiquette for a family member to have their wedding before another family member as long as it is not in the same month or day.
a member of congress cannot be held legally responsible for? a member of congress cannot be held legally responsible for?
In order for a minor to be emancipated, they have to show proof that they can provide for thierself. If another family member is caring for them, then they do not qualify for emancipation.
Post Traumatic Stress
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