What is the law regarding 17 year old Texas child moving out of Texas without parents?
I moved out of my mothers house a week after I turned 17. I moved in with my boyfriend. My mother tried to make me come back but there was nothing she could do legally because I was considered an adult. On a good note... I did finish high school and graduated with honors a year early. So it is not something I recommend unless the situation is harmful at home. It should never be an answer to an argument with your parents or just to have the freedom you want. That freedom comes with responsibility you may not be prepared for, I am now 32 and have a great life and never once have I regretted my decision to move out at 17.
Is there a law in Texas that states a grandmother does not have the right to bathe with her grandson without parental consent?
Not specifically regarding bathing but the parents always have the right to decide who the child will see and what the child has the right to do and what the person looking after him is allowed to do with or to their child. Grandparents have no legal right to their grandchildren, it's only as much as parents allow.
You don´t need a parent present but you do need one parents notice and consent. Read more about it in the link below. If someone do it without following this they break the law. if you don´t want to go through your parents you have to get a waiver at court. Contact Planned Parenthood in your area to find out more.
You are 17 and live in Texas and you want to move in with your aunt but your parents refuse to let you Can you legally move in with your aunt without your parents consent without getting in trouble?
generally people move out at 18, but with parental permission or if you are emancipated you can when you are 17 (you can emancipated if your parents are failing to provide you with support). If you are not emancipated then you cant move out at 17. Living on your own is a lot harder then you think and should be thought about before moving out unless parents are not providing support.
Can a 17-year-old legally move out of her parents' house and marry her 20-year-old boyfriend without her parents' permission in Texas?
A 17-year-old can not get married in Texas without parental consent unless they have court approval. That's going to be hard to get if your parents object and your only reason is because "we don't want to wait another year until I'm 18". As far as moving out, anyone under the age of 18 is a minor and therefore under the control and authority of their parents, which means the parents decide where you live…
In Texas what is the age a teenager can move out of their parents home without the consent of the parent?
Can a 17 year old move in with her brother 22 years in Texas is parents still responsible for her old?
There are no laws regarding dating in any state. There are laws regarding sexual contact with a minor. They are two different things. If the minor's parents are okay with the two dating, then it's fine (a minor's parents have the right to determine who their child is and isn't allowed to spend time with, so they get to say 'yes' or 'no' to who they date).
If you're 15 and your boyfriend is 19 and moving to Texas and your parents won't let you move out what can happen if you run away to Texas with him?
The police will bring you home. You should make sure he really wants you to move with him. You can lose contact and or trust with your parents. What if your boyfriend isn't into you anymore and wants to start seeing girls his age? You will have to go back to your parents who might not accept you. Before you do anything, think hard.