You must be emancipated or eighteen.
The age of majority in Ohio is 18, so anyone under that age is considered to be a minor. If you leave home without parental consent then your parents can report you as a runaway. Your boyfriend can get into trouble to. Under Ohio law he could be charged with contributing to the delinquency of a child and interference with custody of child under the age of 18.
If a newborn is really in physical danger, get ahold of Social Services and they will probably help the mother and child leave the area.
They don't abuse their children.
Yes. A father has no automatic right to their child (unfortunately) unless the parents are married.
only if the parent gives approval.
No. Getting pregnant/giving birth does not emancipate a minor in any state of the US.
Yes child endangerment is a felony in Nevada. Don't EVER do it!
Yes the gaurdian can do that by getting there child minimum age 16 an emancipation well of they have an emancipation you can move out before becoming 18. Also, your parents can give your permission to move into another relative your very dumb for age 16 Ngl.
Moving out without parental consent could results in trouble. The age of consent is 16, so there shouldn't be a problem with the pregnancy, other than the normal challenges of being very young and without an education and trying to raise a child.
He can file an injunction to have the child returned.
With or without the child? Is a custody order in place and if so, does it specifically address the issue? You need to provide more information to get an accurate answer.
There are no specific laws in Nevada regarding this. Most people believe that a 12 year old can be left alone for an hour or so during the day without supervision.
There is nothing specific in Nevada state law that says a child must have their own room. However if you are in a foster care program in Nevada you are required to provide each child with their own bed and storage space.
yes. chances of getting a normal child is 50/50
all this should be covered in sex ed. You can go ahead and have your child. your parent will be ok. now be responsible towards the child needs.
I'm not sure why kids get in trouble when they defend their selves from there parents. It doesn't make sense when your parents lose their temper on their child and the child fights back but when you hit them they end up hitting you or calling the police before you can get to the phone and you get in trouble with the law.
There is nothing wrong with a parent allowing their child to move out. That does not relieve the parent of their responsibilities for the minor.
She is entitled to child support regardless of where either of you live. It is your child and you must help support him/ her, and no, she does not have to move back to Nevada.
tired, Christmas eve, sick, in trouble, bored
she was a really intresting she liked to take care of animals and peploe althouge she was always getting in trouble
Permission from the other parent. Yes if you are in leagule custody of the child at the time
It would depend on what you mean by getting in trouble. They are now legally responsible for a child. but they aren't going to go to jail.