If you are referring to parental rights - there is NO way that you can legally abandon your rights OR your responsibilitiesas a parent.
A teen mom, a minor mom, have rights to decide everything regarding her child.
He is guilty of statutory rape. The minor has very little rights since they are a minor.
should miranda rights be read to a minor in the present of an adult
Yes, a minor can sign over all parental rights in the state of Wisconsin. The minor will no longer have to pay child support after the rights have been signed away.
yes they have the same rights as any "father" would.
an agreement with minor is not creat any legal rights and duties
Do not abandon your children. Do not abandon your dogs. Do not abandon me.
Why do you need to, unless you are a gatekeeper and that's why he's not around.
Emancipation gives the legal rights of adulthood to the emancipated minor.
Just as much rights they had over you when you were 14. The law makes no difference between minor and minor.