What is the legal age for a minor to move out of their parents' home in Tennessee?
The age of majority, which is 18.
What are the legal rights of parents to have their 17-year-old daughter returned home when she is involved with drugs and out of control?
None. * Parents in every state including New York, have the legal option of filing for a court order to have the minor child taken into custody by authorities and returned to the family home, or placed in a juvenile facility and/or be relieved of their financial and legal obligations towards the minor child. If the parents are released from parental obligations, the court will make the minor a ward of the state and place…
At what age is it legal for a minor to leave their parents' home without fear of going to juvenile detention?
As long as the child is a minor it's the parents duty to pay for the expenses. If the child is emancipated it has to pay for itself. If the child wanted to move out of the family home and the parents gave permission they have the right to expect rent if the place belong to them. There's always the option of moving back home where no rent is expected.
Leaving Home The parents of an non-emancipated minor have the custody and control of such minor. This means that the parents can legally decide where the minor lives until the minor reaches the age of majority (usually 18) or otherwise becomes emancipated. If a minor moves away from the home of his or her parents or legal guardians without their permission, that minor can be picked up by authorities as a runaway. Depending upon the…
Can a 15-year-old girl move in with her 18-year-old boyfriend in Illinois if she is pregnant without her parents approving?
At what age can a minor female in the state of Florida move from her parents home and move in with her grandmother?
What is the penalty for allowing an underage boy to cohabitate with a 19 year old girl in the girls parents home against the wishes of the boy's parents.?
Doesn't matter if his legal birthday is tomorrow, his parents can call the law and have him removed from your home, possibly pressing charges against you. Plus, until he is of legal age (by law - not by mentality), the parents could charge the girl in statuatory(?) rape, or carnal knowledge of a minor.
If a minor at the age of 17 can no longer stand the situation at home can they move in with a friend this question is aimed at the laws for Virginia?
A seventeen years old is not of legal age in the state of Texas. The parents or legal guardian have the option of requesting assistance from DFS to ensure the minor resides in a safe and supervised environment, the family home may or may not be the best choice. If it is found that the parents of the minor in question cannot control him/her, the court may find it necessary to place the young person…
The legal age of majority for the state is 18. Parents of a minor are legally and financially responsible until said minor reaches the state's age of majority. Therefore the parents would have legal recourse to keep the minor living at the family home; or to have said minor returned to their custody or placed in the custody of the court if the underaged person left against parental wishes.
The contents of a Will are your parents' personal and legal business. It is none of a child's business unless the parent shows you the Will, includes you in estate/will planning, or you are named the Executor/Executrix of the Will (this is not a minor child). When the parents die, the Executor/Executrix can contact the parents' Attorney to get a copy of the Will, if it's location is unknown at home.
no your parents do not have to. If a minor leaves the parental home without permission the parents are not legally obligated to support him or her. The parents should however for their own protection if nothing else report the minor as a runaway if the person's whereabouts is unknown or AA an absentee minor if they know where the minor can be found.
Can a pregnant 17-year-old female living in NYC leave her parent's house to move in with her boyfriend and his family and not be forced back home by her parents?
No. The legal age of majority for New York is 18. Parents can file a petition in NY Family Court requesting the minor be returned to their custody. The process is simple and always granted unless there is a record of abuse or neglect of the minor child by the parents. Once an order has been granted the parents submit it to the law enforcement agency that has jurisdiction and the minor will be taken…