The age of majority in Wisconsin is 18; or if still in high school at 18, upon graduation or reaching age 19, whichever be sooner. Most places won't contract with a minor for legal reasons.
16 with parent's permission. 18 without.
You need to ensure what state the person is in when getting the tattoo. If they are in Wisconsin, Wisconsin's laws apply. If they are in another state when obtaining it, then Wisconsin's laws would not apply even if the person has one parent in Wisconsin. Some states will allow just one parent or legal guardian to be present for someone who is a minor, while some states will not allow a minor to get one at all. Check the states laws where the person will be getting the tattoo. Most states, if not all, will consider "legal age" when a person is no longer a minor or can be emancipated.
Sixteen with a parent and you both need ID.
You can get a tattoo with the permission of a parent/guardian if you are under the age of 18.
Peircings and tattoos are age 18+ some places will allow you to get it done with your legal guardian present
In Ontario, a person has to be 18 to sign for their own tattoos or otherwise needs a parent or guardian's signature.
Not without the legal system involved. Not without the legal system involved.
Yes, if they are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
A step parent has no legal rights regarding the minor, biological children of their spouse. In order to have parental rights the children must be legally adopted. After a legal adoption the non-biological parent will have parental rights and responsibilities.
Not without some kind of court ruling, depends on who the legal parent is by law.