No, not in the legal interpretation of the law, the age of majority in all states except four is 18. In Alabama and Nebraska the legal age of majority is 19, in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21. Parents and state authorities retain the legal option of controlling minors, including the minor's place of residence. If the parent(s) do not object to the move, it is unlikely there any problems would arise concerning the age issue especially since it involves an another adult family member.
You tell somebody, I'd tell my guidance counselor or a trusted family member.
Yes and No - The surrogate mother would be entitled to FMLA under Medical Leave, NOT Family Leave.
California paid family leave provides for up to 6 weeks of paid leave to take care of a seriously ill child, family member, spouse, or domestic partner.
No, infact his family should join him on lunch with his mother and grandparents.
a) Personal Sick Leaveb) Sick Leave for Family Care or Bereavementc) Sick Leave to Care for a Family Member with a Serious Health Conditiond) All of the above
Yes, in many cases the executor is a family member and heir.
If he wants go with that family member. He is grown folk!
You just need to tell your family that they need to leave. If they will not, you can call the police to have them removed.
yes Theodore Taylor did have family he had a dad and mother his father had to leave due to workhis mother was religious and he was one of 4 children
The mother duck will not be able to gather food, and the entire family of ducks will die.
they can divorce or the father can leave the family.
Mother Teresa did not travel to Iceland, she went to Ireland to learn English as a member of the Sisters of Loreto.
If they are visiting, call the police. If they are living there, you'll have to follow eviction procedures.
Yes you could, you filled in a form and left at any time with your original clothes. If one member of a family left, they all had to leave
There isn't much you can do until this person decides on their own that they want to leave.
A koala does not live with its family: it lives with just its mother. Koala joeys remain with their mother until they are around one year old. This tends to coincide with the koala's next breeding cycle.
There is a step by step process on what do do about these things - Step 1: Undo all the damage the family member did. Step 2: Always remember to sign out of your account if you leave the computer. Step 3: Hide your password and/or user name from the family member/sibling. Concealing of the password is the most important thing, because then the sibling or a family member might find the password and mess up your account again. Step 4: Keep on contributing, and remember to always sign out of your account when you leave the computer.
you can give your hamster to a vet, friend, and family member to take care of while you are away.
only if that family friend is homestudy approved for an infant. otherwise, no.
They leave there mother at 2 years old.