I live in CA, so laws might be different, but here, you can go to plan parenthood and do ANYTHING; BC, abortion, morning after pill, condoms, ect. without your parents finding out. I would think it would be the same in Texas. It is most definitly worth a try though, the worst that could happen is they tell you no. But they wont rat you out to your parents.
yes they can anywhere
You have to be 18 to get married without Parent Consent and 14 with Parent Consent in Texas.
There are Planned Parenthood locations all over Texas. There are 20 Centers in the state of Texas. There are locations from Addison to Waco and many in between. To find the one nearest you - contact Planned Parenthood.
You can make an appointment with Planned Parenthood. They can write a prescription for birth control pills. They also give away free condoms.
Depends on the ruling during the divorce.
Certain minors can get a vaccination without parental consent in Texas per a law passed in 2013. Only minors who are pregnant, or are a parent with custody of a child, can receive a vaccination without parental consent.
If you are the custodial parent you can.
You don´t need a parent present but you do need one parents notice and consent. Read more about it in the link below. If someone do it without following this they break the law. if you don´t want to go through your parents you have to get a waiver at court. Contact Planned Parenthood in your area to find out more.
He/She can not live in Texas without any neighbor or any Parent/Guardian .
If the child is a minor (under 18yrs.), yes, the marriage can be stopped by a parent. The child can not marry without the consent of a parent/legal guardian or custodial parent.
The parents are still responsible for them. Without their permission they will have to wait until they are 18 in Texas.
so they can stop funding Planned Parenthood
Yes, an 18-year-old can transfer schools in Texas without parental consent. It is a good idea to get consent because in most cases a parent is paying for the schooling. This does not mean that the parent is forced to pay for the new school.
in Texas, not without parental permission. They are still a minor until the reach the age of majority in their state.
In Texas what age does a teenager have to be to choose which parent of a divorce they want to live with
In Texas, the Age of Majority (the age at which a person acquires all the rights and responsibilities of being an adult) is 18.
what is the legal age for a child in the state of Texas decide which parent they want to live with
Yes. The state has no control over it. It is a federal procedure.
You're 18, so yes.
You open an estate with the probate court. The executor of the estate can issue the deed to those who inherit.