Yes, a teenager has the right to withdraw from their parent's support and control, at age sixteen. If the child withdraws, they no longer have any legal claim to support from their parents except in special situations. These include being forced to leave home, or where abuse has resulted in the child leaving home.
Under the circumstances of abuse or being "kicked out", a person may be entitled to support from their parents, to the best of the parent's ability to pay. They may also be entitled to support from Ontario Works, in special circumstances.
The full details are in the Children's Law Reform Act, Ontario Family Law Act, and the Child and Family Services Act.
For a full listing of Ontario age-based rights, please see this site which has proven useful to me.
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If they are 18, they can get married. Otherwise parental consent is required. If the teenager applies to the court, they may be able to get a court order to allow it, but it isn't granted very often.
Court of Appeal for Ontario was created in 1867.
not without a court order
No. Without an order issued by the court, law enforcement cannot curtail, or infiringe on, anyone's right of free association.
Ontario Superior Court of Justice was created in 1790.
Yes, your lawyer can appear for you
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Be 18 years old. Then the teenager can get married without parental consent. In some states, you may be able to get a court order, but that isn't going to be easy!
"OR" stands for "Own Recognizance". IOW, you are guaranteeing you will be in court on the date in which you are supposed to be (without having to post bail) and is determined by the judge/court.
The Supreme Court in Canada, which is located in Ottawa, Ontario.
If the judgement was rendered by a Canadian court - of course it is.
It varies from state to state. Here in Florida, not having your license is a $74.50 ticket. Driving without ever having obtained a valid license is a mandatory court appearance.
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No. Not without a court order.No. Not without a court order.No. Not without a court order.No. Not without a court order.
A divorce attorney in Toronto, Ontario could be attained from the court the case was started from. In order to obtain a copy you must get in contact with your court which is handling the matter.
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No. The courts must order this, even if the father consents.
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Through the Ontario court system, it can take up to 6 weeks to get a DNA test back. Usually they come in within 3 weeks though.
You can't without a court order.You can't without a court order.You can't without a court order.You can't without a court order.
Most definitely. A court will order that payments be made by the biological parent and cannot logically do this without having certainty of the parents identity. Without that paternity test, anyone could