What is the legal age to move out of your parents home in New Hampshire if you are 17 and have a minor child?
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A sixteen year old daughter was kicked out and the parents are compliant to where the child is living is it legal?
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.
Yes, both parents are obligated to financially suppor their minor child. The court will order the support to be paid to the person who has legally custody of the minor child. If there is no legal custody in place, the court will decide who should retain such and both parents will be ordered to pay accordingly.
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Disowning is not a legal term. Once the child is adult it's up to either part whether to have contact or not and that is all legal. When the child is a minor however it would be child abandonment to kick them out which is illegal and the parents can be charged for it. The parents are obligated to provide for their child until the child is at least 18yo. The CPS will put the…
They can't. Until a minor reaches the legal age of majority as set by the state in which they live they are, according to law obligated to remain in the custody of their parents. The reason being parents are financially and legally responsible for their minor child until said child reaches legal age or until a court deems otherwise.