I can answer this question! I moved out when I was 17 years old even though I shouldn't have. What are your legal responsibilities? Well, legally you are still her gaurdian. You can call the police if you want her to come back. If that's what you want anyway. If you don't want any responsibility for her, you can tell her to go get emancipated. If she wants to be on her own, let her see what the real world is like. I think she would snap her happy legs right back home. If she were to get emancipated, you would have no legal rights. She would be a legal adult and have to take care of herself. All you would have to do is sign the paper. Personally, I wouldn't let her go out on her own. That's your daughter. She needs a path to follow and her mother to pave that path. She doesn't know what shes getting herself into.AnswerGreat advice (above)! You are still legally responsible for your child even though she is living somewhere else unless she has been emancipated (and I believe that you must agree to the emanciaption or at least be involved in the emancipation process.)You can call the police and have her forcefully returned home athough I wouldn't recommend that course of action. Many children move in with friends at this age because they rebel against 'house rules'. You can let your daughter know that she is welcome to come home, but that you will expect her to follow your rules and that it is her choice from there. You don't say if she moved in with a friend who is living on her own or who is still living at home with her parents(s). You also don't say what the circumstances are, but I would strongly recommend keeping communications open with your daughter even though I know that can be extemely difficut and requires a lot of 'tongue - biting'! Seventeen is a difficult and stressful age for everyone - teenagers and parents - and I know because I'm going through it now for the third time! My thoughts,prayers and best wishes go out to you and your daughter!
I don't agree with the above answer. First of all, the police (here in California) wont do a thing for 24 hours. Asking your kids to stick to the rules is an ongoing process......they only sware to do it in order to come back home. It usually only lasts until the next time they want to do something outside of the rules.
I say get them where it counts. Call the school and let them know whats going on. Make sure it is documented that they left the home. Emancipation is a process that takes time, they would probably be eighteen by the time this takes place.
If they have a cell phone, have it shut off. Refuse to allow them to take the items with you that you purchased.
My son is always moving out as soon as he wants to break rules. I have been nothing but fair to him, driving him to and from work everyday, allowing his friends to stay in my home, listening to his sarcasm, and I am done.
He is seventeen and tonight, he can no longer live under my roof. I struggle to have the size home we live in, so that he can have his own room.
I am putting in my notice, moving to a smaller place, I have told his friends to get their things out by tomorrow, and my son can start the walk of being a "grown man" as he likes to put it.
Also, no drivers license until he can do that on his own.
Good luck with your daughter, but I say put the hammer down.
be honest to your friend,never lie to your friend.
To keep your friend company, always stick up for him, and DO NOT BETRAY HIM!
i don't have a friend
Friend Wilson's Daughter - 1915 was released on: USA: 5 November 1915
You need to think carefully about this: whose relationship with you do you value the most?
The Soap Maker was a good friend of mine.
You really can't from a legal perspective. But you can go a long way toward regaining credibility and respect if you step up to your responsibilities to her. Sit down and talk about the options, and then follow through on what you agree to.
The Farmer's Daughter - 1963 The Wife of Your Friend May Not Be a Friend of Your Wife 3-28 was released on: USA: 1 April 1966
No. The character of Alice was inspired by Lewis Carroll's friend Alice Liddell, who was the daughter of a friend and colleague. Carroll never married and had no children of his own.
he has a girl friend and a daughter He does not have a daughter! i asked his girlfriend myca gardner and she said the only daughter he has is luci ,his dog.
Your daughter's friend may have known her other female friends longer than she has known your daughter and there can only be one Maid of Honor and only so many Bridesmaids. This happens often and your daughter shouldn't feel badly about it. The bride to be has to choose who is her closest friends first and this does not mean that your daughter is not her friend. Your daughter should go to the wedding and have a good time and be happy for her friend and mingle with all her friends at the wedding and the reception. If your daughter did not receive an invitation to the wedding then that would be a completely different story and would be extremely hurtful to your daughter. In this case (without your daughter knowing) you could phone your daughter's friend's mother and ask if perhaps no invitation had been sent to your daughter could have been an over sight.
well i know a friend named Summer and obviously her mom named her daughter Summer
Male or female friend?
the daughters friend was dead,we assume from evidence in the story
You would just be a friend
no he raped his daughters friend
Ranika. his best friend from back then
I think spanking your daughter is fine, but I wouldn't spank any child that isn't yours.
It is best to convince a friend to not drive by giving them other options. Tell the friend that someone else will drive for them.
No, she is not daughter. She is only trainee and friend. The confusion is with the name Clint Eastwood bestows on her- it means daughter. She, however, is not biologically his.
Irene Chua has written: 'My daughter, my friend'
Well, you could have a killer looking for redemption and forgiveness and the killers victim watching from heaven. OR... Someone looking for their missing daughter/friend/sister etc. and then the daughter/friend/sister him/herself