AnswerIt depends how old your daughter is. If she's 17+ then there isn't really much you can do because she'll just run away. I hope you will post back below this and give us a little more indepth info regarding the situation. Such as, how old is your daughter and how old is her boyfriend. Is her boyfriend a nice guy or a loser.
ok if your daughter is 13 and she has a 13 year old boyfriend to wat is so bad about that. they arent doing anything wrong but talking on the phone and if they live in different states of course they arent going to be doing anything but talking on the phone. unless your daughter knows how to have phone sex then you have a problem but other than that wt are they gooing to be doing other than on the phone. and at school.
If a child wants to live with the child's boyfriend, then the child needs to be 18.
Yes, she is of legal age to make a decision of where she wants to live.
Because she wants to live with her boyfriend.
If he wants to be with them more than you
There is no set amount of time one should live with their boyfriend before getting a proposal. This is a subject a person should discuss with their boyfriend.
What I would suggest is to not FORCE him to pay, but at least TRY to TALK HIM INTO IT.
So your daughter wants a pair of sponge bob shoe's and get it from Walmart,Zeller any of those should work.
he wants to take it farther if u no wht i mean
Go back home and live your young life with your family, then live with your boyfriend after you are married.
If she's 16 she can't legally move out at all unless you give consent.
You can call him anything you wish, but there is no legal relationship.
yes...if she wants
he dosnt love you.
yea shes already 16 geez
No, only Missouri and Texas allows that. In Mississippi, it's age 21.
do whats best for you
In most places she will be considered an adult. She can live where she wants to.
I want to know at what age must my daughter be before she can choose which parent she wants to live with.
Why do you need to do anything with her? She is 23 - not 13. She is an adult and she can live with her boyfriend if she wants to. In fact I recommend living together before marrying - it is easier to break up with someone if you are incompatible than it is to divorce them. She needs to live her own life. You have raised her to adulthood - now let her make her own mistakes and hope that the guidance you have given her so far will be enough.
HE wants you to go find him and give them back to him.
No, one has to be 18 to be able to have some input in the desicion.
If your boyfriend was willing to support you and your child, you would be living there. To continue to have sex with him is not a good idea since he he has shown that he only wants the sex and not you.
If he doesn't have a good reason for not having a job, then he should not try free loading with your parents