The age of majority in NC is 18. But at 16 you can petition for emancipation.
A child is the responsibility of their parents until they reach the age of majority. That is 18 in North Carolina. They can give permission to move out.
There is no legal age a child can babysit in North Carolina. It is whatever age the parents feel comfortable with them babysitting. 11-13 is an average age to begin babysitting.
North Carolina and South Carolina
Virginia Dare was the first child born to English parents in America. She was part of the Roanoke Colony in North Carolina and was born in 1587.
It depends on the reason for the call and the outcome of the police visit. If the child calls to report the parents for a crime, and the parents are arrested, the child will probably be placed with a family member or child services.
No. I think it was North Carolina and South Carolina
Report the child as a runaway and the car as stolen.
Only with parental consent until he is 18yo. Who the child lives with is up to the parents or the court.
The legal age in North Carolina is 18. Until a child is emancipated or the age 18, the are in custody of their parents and have to listen and live with them.
That depends on weather or not your 17 year old has their insurance on the parents policy. It will go up if the child is on the parents policy, but if the child has their own policy, it won't. But it will be cheaper if the child is added on to the parents policy. My husband is a North Carolina State Trooper so I know alot about insurance. Also, call around and go online for the cheapest rates.
If there is a CPS order to remove the child for his/her protection and if the parents are arrested for something the child can be taken in by CPS and the police.
Jurisdiction can be transferred
"One common arrangement is joint legal custody, and one parent to have sole physical custody, while the other has visitation rights. North Carolina family courts decide child custody issues based on what it believes to be in the best interest of the child. "http://statelaws.findlaw.com/north-carolina-law/north-carolina-child-custody-laws.html
Yes, to reimburse the State for its expenses.
No they do not.
Yes they can.
Many factors are taken into account in determining when child support payments will end. In some situations, it is as simple as the child reaching the age of majority. In others, payments may not end until the child has graduated from college if that arrangement was agreed upon by the parents in their separation agreement. You should review that issue with an attorney who specializes in family law in North Carolina.
In the state of North Carolina, a child must attain the age of 18 before the child is old enough to decide for him/her self which parent they wish to live with.
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South Carolina child support is calculated based on which parent has custody of the child and the relative salaries of the parents. In a divorce once custody is decided, then child support is just a standard calculation. For more South Carolina child support information and the South Carolina child support calculator, click on the link below.