Not legally, no.
Depends on the state of residence. Laws vary from state to state. If the legal age of consent is 16, yes.
Not unless she marries him first or is legally emancipated.
i belive so!
No, the age of majority and the age of consent for the state is 18. That being the case, the minor female could not legally move in with the adult male whether or not her parents consented to the act.
Normally a criminal from one state can not legally hide out in another state.
It is not illegal to live with your boyfriend, but you would need your parents' permission and your boyfriend's parents. A minor can only choose where to live if they are legally emancipated. Also, if your parents do not want you and your baby to live with them, they are legally required to make other arrangements, because they are responsible for you until you are 18 regardless of their wishes. You could, however, become a ward of the state where you reside, or become legally emancipated.
This question's answer varies from state to state. Each state has a minimum age of consent, when an individual is considered an adult in matters of sexual relations. However, it might also be wise to research the topic of emancipation, which is when a minor declares him or herself legally separated from his or her parents. Again, that age will vary from state to state as well. Any clerk of the court or someone in the state attorney's office can probably offer state-specific information.
Yes, providing that you purchased it lawfully, and are legally capable of owning it.
Yes. Wisconsin is the only state that has extremely liberal laws that apply to what legally constitutes the emancipation of a minor.
Not in the state of Ohio must be 18 years of age even with parents consent
No. You must be legally divorced prior to re-marrying in any state.
No you can not kick a minor out legally.
Legally, no. You could put a tracer program on his computer, but it would be an invasion of privacy.
Not legally, as the legal age of majority for the state is 18.
The only way to legally get oxycodone or any other prescription medication in the state of Florida is to have it prescribed by a doctor.
No, you are not legally married no matter what State your husband was married in to his other wife and he is a bigamist.
purteo rico is a state to some, but legally not.
No. If the other person is legally married to another person in another state, then your marriage is not valid in the USA. You can have be legally married to one person at a time.
okay i don't know the exact age limit, BUT your daughter is legally an adult and so is her bf, so therefore it is perfectly legal.
Answer: Depending on what country you're in, or what state if you're in the United States, 16 may be a legal age for marriage.
Is a verbal agreement legally binding in the state of California RE: Electrical work completed for a friend.
No you can not go and get remarried in the state of Arizona, if legally separated , you must remember you have to legally divorced to get married anywhere.