Not in the strictest legal sense, but if there were no objections from the minor's parents then it is unlikely authorities would intervene unless it was brought to their attention in some other matter.
I'm going to watch movie with my boyfriend and my brother after this.
I am 11, I Have a boyfriend if your Parents are okay with it YES. My parents are okay with it. But at 11 the most you could do is Kiss,Hug,Hold Hands, etc.
yes you could if your parents say its ok
You're 16, you can do what you want, but if you do this then you could loose your parens. Do you really want to break their hearts?
Well why wouldn't you want your parents to know each other?Isn't it better for your parents to know that you have a boyfriend so that if you and your boyfriend have have arguments with each other then you could ask your parents for their advice.I'm not going to tell you how to keep both of your parents from knowing each other.
A half brother is a brother who you share one parent with. A double half brother is there-fore a brother who you share two parents with - and therefore could simply just be called a brother. The term however suggests that there was a discontinuity in your parents marriage, and that one of you was born after a reconciliation or remarriage.
Only if her parents have given permission. And if there is sexual contact, it could be illegal to do so.
You don't. If you want to stay with your boyfriend it is best you don't say anything concerning his brother. Doing so could also cause a riff between siblings one that is unnecessary.
Your uncle's brother could be your father or another uncle. If your uncle is your uncle because he is married to the sister of one of your parents, his brother is not related to you.
Telling your parents that you have a boyfriend can be quite embarrassing, especially if they are likely to go "aw" or ask questions about him. If you are likely to go very shy, then maybe you could bring your boyfriend to your house, and introduce him, rather than telling them alone.
No that is not her brother. When his parents could not take care of him Whitney did but they are not even blood related. But apparently they are engaged.
He could be your brother. He could be a first cousin. If the uncle married into the family (Married the sister of one of your parents), the brother would not be related in any way and neither would his son.
He could only be arrested if you have had sex with him.
The only way you ca move in with him if your parents give all your rights to your boyfriend, but you can't move out without your parents permission because your still a minor and your boyfriend is 23 and he could go to jail if your parents are not ok with it. So just stay home and with at least a year or two and see how everything is going with your parents and your boyfriend. No, the legal age for moving out without your parents permission is 18-years-old.
I think you have to have your parents approval... a wriiten agrement!
She could, but the boyfriend could be charged with second-degree rape if they have a sexual relationship.
People will usually like someone who likes to listen. Try to find out about his parents. Talk to them about what they like, how they met, what they enjoy. In meeting your boyfriend
You say that your going to through their brother out the window, like a fox. or You could say to your boyfriend: "If I told you that you had a great body, would you hold it against me
i am 9 and want a boyfriend but just can't find one and i would not tell my parents or friends cuz they can tell my parents just like my friend she is 9 and has a boyfriend and told her parents and they were cool wit it so do be afriad becuz it might turn out that ur parents could be cool wit it i didnt get a girlfriend until like April and im 12 Dangerouspie15
You are 17 years old. You probably have less than a year then you can move out of your parents house and move with your boyfriend. Just give this year a time to save up some money and to be with your family. If you run away your parents will find out. You can only get married at your age with your parents consent. Good luck and God Bless:)
Yes, he could have charges brought against him. Until you are an adult, your parents are responsible for you.
Politely explain to your mother that you did not intend to hurt your brother. She may understand. If not, get over it: Parents are in charge.
No. It may be illegal for you to have sex with him and since it is your parents house you can't legally move the boyfriend in without their permission but it's not illegal for him to live there. If he is also a minor and his parents don't want him to move in there could be problems.
id stir clear of both bothers , sound like too much drama. And could be dangerous.
You should not be having your boyfriend over if they're not home. Your parents won't trust you if you do things like that behind their backs. Plus, if you and your boyfriend end up having sex, you could become pregnant and ruin your life before you're even grown up.