Yes, there are laws both federal and state that stipulate persons of specfied ages can or cannot work in certain business or areas of a business. For example, if someone who is under the state's legal age pertaining to alcohol and applies for a position in a food establishment where alchohol is served. Yes, if you're under 40, for the reasons Macky gave above. No, if you're over 40, because the law prevents discrimination based on age.
Since I'm not sure what you are asking, I will answer both scenarios:If the stepdaughter is of legal age (usually 18), and if you want her to live with you, then you and she both have every legal right to make that choice.But if, in your question, you are asking if you have to let her move in with you, then no, you do not. Once you and her father separate you are not obligated in any way towards your stepdaughter.
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