Yes, and they can file a complaint against the adult with the authorities in their state. There are federal and state laws that control relationships between minors and adults; due to the current issues concerning the internet, those laws are being aggressively enforced.
18 years old
She has to get her parents concent to do that.
Not legally, no.
Not without her parents permission.
you cant.. if you are still in high school your parents still have custody of you
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.
If she has permission she can. Otherwise she must be 18.
The 16 year old female is legally responsible for herself, since marriage emancipates you. There is no marriage where a spouse is your legal guardian. Marriage is equal.
By having parental consent to move out.
No, you can not legally get married at age 17 unless both of your parents and both of your partner's parents have given permission.
Yes. * If you were legally married you are considered legally emancipated and are no longer in the custody of your parents, therefore you may move from the parental residence at any time you so choose.
In Arkansas the simplest way is if the parents give their permission to do so. Otherwise they will have to wait until they turn 18.
18. It doesn't matter if you are a guy or a girl the age is the same for both.
Once she is married she is emancipated, not before that.
Not unless she has been emancipated in some manner such as marriage or court decree, or she has parental permission (and even with parental permission her parents are still legally responsible for her).
i belive so!
No, the age of majority and the age of consent for the state is 18. That being the case, the minor female could not legally move in with the adult male whether or not her parents consented to the act.
In many states, she wouldn't be legally allowed to do this. In Michigan however, a 17 year old can legally move out of their parents house at the age of 17 without their consent.
If the male to female transsexual is still legally male and not yet legally female then yes. You'd marry the same way a man and woman would as long as the other person is still legally male.
The minor female would need her parents' consent before she could legally engage in a change of residency.
In Missouri, a child can leave home at the age of 17, and parents have no recourse. However, the parents are still legally responsible for the child until the child attains the age of 18.
The parents of a mule is a male donkey and a female horse. The parents of a hinny are a male horse and female donkey, so just the opposite.
Marriage is a wonderful event. Yes, if a female US citizen legally marries a non US citizen in the state of Michigan, they are indeed legally married.
Yes, especially if her name is Dorothy and it is windy. But if she's moving out for a man, make sure he is all that he promises first!