go back and appologize them because they are your parents.
In Massachusetts, you parents can not kick you out of the house if you are under 18 under most conditions. They can have you emancipated by going through a court proceeding.
Yes, a teenagers parents can kick the teen out at the age of 18. The parents no longer have to support the child after they reach legal age.
If the 17 year old agrees to be emancipated, than yes, if not, than no.
No, you are obligated to care for your minor child until they are emancipated and this would be child abandonment.
Leaving HomeThe parents of an non-emancipated minor have the custody and control of such minor. This means that the parents can legally decide where the minor lives until the minor reaches the age of majority (usually 18) or otherwise becomes emancipated.
No, she's a minor and you are obligated to support her in every way until she is 18 or emancipated. Kicking her out would be child abandonment and illegal.
If below 18 they can not legally kick you out. Call the Child Protective Services if this is happening and they will find you a place to stay and if the issue is not resolved the court will assign a guardian and put you in a foster home. Your parents would pay child support to the state. If being close to 18 they can help you get emancipated by the court and get a start.
No, that would be child abandonment. Parents are obligated to care for their children until they emancipated, age 18 in Oregon.
It depends what state you are in she could have you emancipated
When they are 18 and emancipated.
Negative. In the US, a child is the parents complete responsibility until he/she reaches 18, unless the child has emancipated himself/herself from the parent in court.
No he is not emancipated yet. You are obligated to care for him until he is 18.
If you live in the US... A parent cannot kick a 15-year-old out in any state of the US. A parent is responsible for providing for their child until the child reaches the age of majority (18) or they are legally emancipated (there no situations in which a 15-year-old would be emancipated). However, they certainly can send the child to live with a relative, send the child to boot camp, military school, etc.
No. There will always be times when they don't follow your rules and then you need to find new ways of discipline them etc. You are obligated to support him until he is 18 and emancipated.
You are emancipated regarding your health so that includes the pregnancy. Only you can decide whether to keep the pregnancy or not. They have no right to kick you out, it would be child abandonment. After the baby is born only you and the father can decide to keep the baby or leave it for adoption. You are obligated to support the child and your parents are only responsible for supporting you. You will not be emancipated, have the right to move without their consent or anything. Apart from the baby and your health everything is as before.
they can kick you out at 18 or ditch you in an orphanage
Well you have to be true to yourself. They might come around. if they never suspected it it will be a shock to them. If you are a minor they have no right to kick you out though.
no by law they can not
Technically they can. My friend is 18 and in High School and was recently kicked out of his parents house. If you were emancipated, then it is legal. Since this person is 19, they are an adult, making this allowed.
you have to kick yourself
you kick yourself
no that would be abuse
Do a normal wedgie and after that kick yourself in the groin
In the US: No, you are obligated to care for your minor child until they are emancipated and this would be child abandonment.