NO when you turn 18 you are considered a legal adult and your parents no longer have to give you permission to do things, they also cannot call the cops on you if you leave their house without permission wait until you are 18 to do anything that will upset your parents or to leave their home since the police could possibly get involved, hope everything works out for you, Good Luck and God Bless!!
when your 18 parents no longer have control of you. You do have a choice to live with your parents and benefit off them. Yet you do not have to stay you have all legal approval over your self.
Yes, it is legal. Parents can pretty well do what they need to do to have control over their children and text messages are not protected like US mail.
If you are over the legal age required to play GTA 4, then you are also old enough to have control over your own purchases. If you are not over the legal age, then your parents are probably doing the right thing.
You are not emancipated until your 18th birthday, until that time your parents are responsible for you.
Yes. No one has any rights to control over a child but the parents. Unless they were stripped of those rights by the government, or a legal guardian was chosen by the parents.
Yes it is still legal for parents to slap you as long as they have legal right over you. But you can slap a random stranger and that's legal JUST RUDE! :P
If the daughter is a legal adult over the age of 18, then parents have little say or control over them. If the daughter is still a dependent (for tax purposes, for example) on the parents, then the parents do still exert some control legally over the child. Also, a measure can be taken medically if a person is deemed to be suicidial, homicidal, or a sever threat to themselves / others.
Yes. Your parents have legal control over you until you turn 18.
Yes, you can. You can technically be grounded all the way up to the age of 18. As long as your parents have legal control over you they can decide what you can and cannot do.
The state has legal control over the use of public school property.
You cannot divorce your parents, as you cannot marry them. but at the age of 18 they technically have no control over you and you can do whatever legal things you want.
you have to be 18 to legally move out of your parents house without there permission and they technically can't make you stay because you aren't a minor and they have no control over you.
When a child is emancipated they are legally freed from parental control. The parents, in turn, are freed of their legal responsibility for the acts of the child. Emancipation also prevents a parent from having control over the child's income.
No but they are still there for you
Yes. The minor parents have the same rights over their child as adult parents do. The grandparents have no legal right to the grandchild.
If I'm not mistaken, I would say yes. The parents are legal guardians over the 16 yr old so therefore they control what that baby is going to be doing.
You need to be over 16.
No. Parents have legal control over their children until they turn 18, which means they make the rules and they get to determine, among other things, who you're allowed to spend time with.
Same as before. Pregnancy don't change that. Your parents still decide over you and you decide over your baby.
Possession of and control over. legal term for people or evidence.
If you are 19, why do they still have legal guardianship over you... I don't know about where you live, but in Canada you are legally allowed to move out anytime after 16, and in general, you're major age 18, so your parents DO NOT have guardianship of you anymore. They used to, but it's over since you 18th birthday. You're a legal adult, and you can move out whenever you want. In the United States the legal age is 18, in some states it's even 17, however there are stipulations at that age, for example, Louisiana Law states a child can move out of their parents home at the age of 17, however they cannot legally move outside the state until they are 18. At the age of 18, you become an adult, your parents have no legal control over you. They can not even legally claim you as a dependent if you work and file your own taxes. With ONE main exception to this law, they can claim you as a dependent if they provide more than 1/2 your support and you live with them for more than 6 months out of the year. Otherwise, you can move out at anytime.
If you are under the age of 18, your parents have control over you but do not have control over your child. They are not required to assist financially or care for the child. Parents cannot force abortion or have any input on what a teenage decides to do, it is completely their own choice. A court, legal document etc. can give the parents of the teenager who gave birth to the child authority and allow the grandparents to care for the baby. When things like this happen and neither one of the parents of the baby want to raise the child, this matter usually ends up in court. It is very complicated!
No.Legal Guardians are your Parents.Unless you are signed over to your grand parents, your parents have the right to take you in/out of a school.Sign for your license, or sign for a court case.All in which a grand parent can NOT do without LEGAL Custody. (: