Constitutional age of majority is 21. Statutory age of majority is 18. The age imposed depends upon the individual's circumstances. For example, a standing court order stipulating age, if the minor is under the supervision of any state agency, etc. In this case, the court could impose the age of 21 if it was proven that the minor's child would not be properly cared for if the minor left the family residence.
No a teenage mother can not leave her parents house , without their permission in the state of Kansas.
Normally 18. Below 18 the teenager is considered a child and is in the care of her parents, who have the right to constrain her movements
Not unless they go to family court and have the mother declared incorrigible and deemed a ward of the state. Then they would need to request that they be granted temporary custody of the grandchild.
No, he/she can not.
He has to be the age of majority. In Oregon that is the age of 18.
when you are 16 unless you apply to the court for emancipation
No, it is not possible as long as you are a minor.
Unless someone other than the child's parents has legal custody, I see nothing illegal about this.
You don't have to have your parents consent to drop out of high school when you are 17 years of age and you can move out of your parents house in Mississippi when you turn the age of 18 years of age. You are consider an adult in the states eyes when u turn 18.
her father was a landowner and her mother was a house wife
Seventeen is not the same as being 18. Until you are an adult, the Mississippi law says the parents are responsible for the minor.
Depends on the state. In Mississippi, the age of majority is 21.
Yes, at 18 you are an adult.
His dad was a civil servant, his mother a house wife.
No, pregnancy or parenthood does not emancipate you.
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A teenage sims on sims 2 can sneak out of the house and may be brought home in the back of the police car and the parents will be notified
Louis Braille's father was a saddler and his mother was a house wife.
Vincent Van Gogh's dad was a pator and his mother was a house wife.
Certainly if the parents give you permission. Otherwise you have to wait until you are an adult at 18.
His father, Henry VII was from the House of Tudor. His mother Elizabeth was from the House of York
Well, legally, no. but your 17 years old. If you just up and left to go to your other parents house nothing would happen to you and no one will make you return. Of course this is only if the current parent you live with is against the move. If your current guardian isn't against it, then just move to your other parents house, no need for court. Hope i helped.
His father was a leaseholder of copper mines and smelters and his mother kept house.
His father was a notary (similar to a lawyer) in Florence. His mother was a house servant.