I am very sorry you are in this situation, is there anywhere you can go? Grandparents, aunts, uncles or friends? As you are still a minor, you need to go and speak to someone in authority about this, you may be put into a hostel for a while, until you leave school. Speak to a teacher, or an adult friend, tell them what has happened, even speak to your doctor!! I hope things work out for you.
In the State of texas, when you are 17 you are legal to move out of your parents home. But your parents are still responsible for you going to school. It's a gray area still.
Can a child leave parents home when 18, although they are still in school.
Being in high school or not has nothing to do with it. When you are 18 you are a legal adult and your parents no longer have legal say as to what you can or can't do.
still in school
Her parents can't do anything about it it is her choice and if she still goes to school then it doesn't matter
No, once you turn 18 you are a legal adult
No, you must still have parents permission, at least in my old school. I guess it just depends on your schools policy.
i would think so because u are a legal adult.
This is a tricky one... I believe that parents are allowed to do so; I believe that by law, kids are only forced to attend school until their 16th birthday. Parents still have legal rights over them until they turn 18; therefore, if a parent pulls a 17 year old out of school, I think's it's legal. Don't quote me on this!
No. 18 means you are legally responsible for yourself. Public schools have no impact.
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. (:
Yes. If the 18-year-old is still in school and wants to move out, but her parents tell her she can't, by law, she has the legal right to move out.
No but they are still there for you
Yep at 18 you are adult and they are no longer responsible for you..
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
They are legally allowed to move out, as they are adult "technically", but as far as the school is concerned the parents would still be legal guardians and need to sign any and all excuses.
Yes, If The Parents Dont Want You There They Can Put You Out At Anytime And Plus Your 18 So Your Legal.
no. if you're eighteen your legal to move anywhere you want.
In general, children under 18 or who are still in high school are not quite "people", legally speaking. They are under the care of their parents or legal guardians, who are required to provide for them and in return get to "be the boss of" them. So, if you're still in high school and your parents say you have to remain in the house, then you pretty much have to remain in the house.
As soon as you are 18 you can move out whether you are still in high school, have a GED, or have graduated. Once you are 18 you are a legal adult and you can do whatever you want, living arrangement-wise. Your parents can also kick you out when you are 18 because they no longer have to do anything for you, insurance, car, money, anything.
The legal age is 18
Until a child turns the legal age of eighteen, the parent retains full custody and rights unless otherwise mandated by the courts.
It depends on what you're asking: # Sure, it is legal for an 18 year old to leave his parents (at) home if he doesn't want them to go (presumably, to high school) with him. # Sure, it is legal to leave the parents' (or parent's) home [home of one's parent(s)] unless that 18 year old is on house arrest.
It depends on the school district, my school district still has it, but only because it will be completely funded by parents, and not by the state.