Having a child has nothing to do with it. Having a child does not make a person emancipated. You are still a minor until you turn 18. But Nevada does have laws that allow a minor to petition the court for a decree of early emancipation. You have to be at least 16 to file a petition, and you'll have to prove, among other things, that you are capable of financially providing for you and your child (and that means of support can not be public assistance). If it's granted (and it's not a quick and easy thing to get) then you'd be able to move out.
A minor under the age of 18 cannot move out of the house with her parents' permission. The child may file for emancipation in order to be able to move out.
As much / as little as they are willing and able to afford.
There are many benefits for the child when he or she is adopted. When a child is given up for adoption it is usually because the biological parents are not fit to care for the child. So a benefit to the child is being able to grow up in a stable and safe environment that their parents couldn't provide them with. If the child was put in an open adoption then the child may be able to be in contact with his/her biological parent(s) if the parents (both sets) wish.
almost all parents does want their child to finish high school to be able to go to college after. but some parents does want their child to stand out from the other they want their child to be an honorable mention or even to be the batch's valedictorian they want their child to be more famous because they will be proud parents. for this times most of the parents jsut want their child to be educated.
If the parent or parents are able to manage themselves perfectly fine without the child being a hindering problem, then the parent or parents have the right to adopt that child (some tests may be given.)
Your Child Can't See The Ghost Because They're Invisible. not true the child can still see them but no, even if the kid tells you the parent can not see them
No the child cannot be president. The child would be an American Citizen because the parents are but in order to become president of the US you have to be a born citizen.
My son is 16, will be 17 in June- his girlfiend will be 18 in 3 weeks. My son insists he is leaving home to move in with her then. What is the legal age he can move out of his parent's house without me being able to stop him? We live in Texas.
Parents control us when we are younger because it is a part of how we learn things. If a parent did not control the child, the child would be able to do whatever they want, and possibly get themselves into trouble.
A child should be able to do what they want with their life, parents shouldn't get to choose what their kids do and do not do.
Child labor in a way is very bad but when we think of those poor children whose parents are not able to generate so much of income to support their family.Here child labor becomes a good thing as the small child is able to generate some income for his family and act as a helping hand for his parents.