If the father is paying child support then he has some rights and if he doesn't and there is no court document then you don't have to comply to his wishes. However, if he is not living in a desireable neighborhood or does drugs, etc., then you can fight it by going to Child Welfare, but you will run the risk of losing your child if Welfare doesn't find your mother fit to look after your child while you serve time (if you have to.) I suggest you do the easy thing and clean up your act, because Child Welfare or the court system doesn't look kindly on one or both parents getting into trouble with the law, drugs of any sort and lazy parenting.
Child support and custody are considered to separate issues in U.S. courts. In most states the court considers the length of time the parent has been absent from the child life, which means no contact of any sort. Generally a parent who has not had some interaction with their child within the space of a year is deemed an "absentee parent" and a judge can if he or she chooses terminate parental rights.
Unless parental rights have been terminated by the court or voluntarily relinquished by the biological parent, the court will not allow custodial rights to be transferred.
Yes IF the 17 year old daughter is still under the parents custody. If they have been disowned, or have disowned their parents, or are under the legal custody of someone else, such as a grandparent or other person, then the biological parents cannot get in trouble, but if the daughter is still under their custody while living elsewhere, she is still in their control by the governments standards and they can still be in trouble.
AnswerI am a tattoo artist and yes you can get a tattoo at 17 years old without parents consent from age 12-16 you have to have parent consent to get tattoo/piercings in Missouri you are considered a legal adult you can move out and the police will not bring you home if you get in trouble when you are 17 your parents will not get in trouble you will be charged as an adult once you are 17
At 16 she is considered a minor in her state (age of consent in Cali is 18) and there is no such thing as parental consent. A minor can not give consent because legally she is not considered mature enough to do so and the parents, or anyone else, also have no right to do so. So yes, both you, and her parents, can get into trouble for this. I'm also quote appalled that parents would plan, by give "consent", to having their 16yo impregnanted at such a young age.
Yes, any adult who allows an absentee minor to reside in their home, knowing that it is against the wishes of the minor's parents or guardian is subject to prosecution under the criminal statutes of the state of residency. If a minor allows a friend who is also a minor to stay in their home, the adult(s) have the obligation to notify the parents and if the parents object the minor must be returned to parental custody, by whatever means necessary.
I would think so... it's like someone saying it's ok to kill them, even though you have their permission and they say it's fine, you're going to go to jail lol. Best thing to do is ask a cop or lawyer.It depends which country you're in and what laws are in place governing the age of consent.If the age of consent where you are is 16, no he won't get into trouble. If the age of consent is higher, it would be illegal and parents cannot consent to breaking the law.
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