No. In the US a minor is under the custody of his or her parents until they reach the age of majority for their state of residence. An underage person cannot arbitrarily leave the family home without the consent of their parents who will still remain legally and financially responsible for the minor child until they reach the AOM or a court rules otherwise. It is a misconception that parents do not have legal recourse to have an absentee minor returned to the custody or remanded into the custody of state juvenile authorities. Minors who are in an abusive or neglectful situation should enlist the aid of a trusted adult (teacher, counselor, relative, etc.) to assist them in contacting the state's division of child protective services. Or contact the National Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline, (toll free 24/7) at 1-800-422-4453 or 1-800-252-2873. National Youth Crisis Hotline (toll free) 1-800-448-4463.
Technically it is not, because the child is a minor.Another View; The age of the "minor" and the state of residence would have to be known in order to answer.
The pronoun that takes the place of the noun 'home' is it.Example: Our home did receive some damage from the storm. It just needs minor repairs.
my... house place
Their home or residence.
There are many places to buy home patio outdoor furniture. One place is home depot or lowes both always have a good selection available. Another place is walmart and another is target.
Because they feel unhappy there.
There is no legal age for a minor to leave home. They can legally leave home when they are no longer a minor. The age of majority in Indiana is 18.
in either a foster home with another family or a home with hired caretakers
If the minor has a valid driver's license, they can drive you home.
The parents can request the police to return the runaway to their home.
Bella moves to Forks because Phil is a Minor league baseball player so he travels a lot. She stays at home with her mom but it makes her mom unhappy so she decides to stay with Charlie for a bit
No. The home could be quit claimed to a trust for the benefit of the minor, but a minor cannot own property.
Not specifically familiar with TN law, but I can tell you that any other place I'm aware of, the parents or guardians of the drinking minor could be charged with either "Child Neglect" or "Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor."
When a minor child moves out of the home, there are some things that must take place. The 17 year old child must be self sufficient, by having full time employment, a place to live, and continuation of school. In some states, however, a minor can not leave the home until the age of 18.
If the minor is being abused at home they need to go to the police. The CPS will help them with a place to stay. If not abused the police have the right to bring them home.
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If they have decided so, yes. It's the parents who decide, not the minor.
people died they lost there home they have no where to live
The old folks home was a place for geriatrics.
I think.....house, maybe?
I believe it is more of the cultural side of the person that is affected. This is because when you move to another place, people and ways are very much different than what you are used to and that affects how you operate as a person in your home and your work.
It is against the law for any minor to consume alcohol, but just like any place in Europe or the US, it is not uncommon for minors to consume alcohol at home.
Without knowing any details...the state will not remove custodial rights from a parent/place a child in foster care just because the child is 'unhappy'. Discuss the situation in detail with your school counselor for advice.
Not without becoming legally emancipated. Otherwise, the minor would be considered a runaway and would be brought home by the police. However, I believe that if you run away more than three times, they have to place you in a temporary care facility.