Yes it is possible, I had mine tied, but i regret it more than anything i have ever done my entire life...and its only been 2 1/2 years, there are so many side effects to a TL that the doctors never tell you about....and you never know how your life will change....So PLEASE think long and hard before you make your decision!!! I had one miscarriage and then the year after I carried my son full-term...when he turned 2 yrs old, I got a tubal ligation....in NC! I was 24 though?? It shouldn't matter as long as you are of legal age which is 18 right? Goood Luck girl!! Yes, there are no laws that dictate a woman's health choices, this includes women who are married and whose spouse objects to a wife's decision.
North Carolina and South Carolina
No. I think it was North Carolina and South Carolina
Jurisdiction can be transferred
"One common arrangement is joint legal custody, and one parent to have sole physical custody, while the other has visitation rights. North Carolina family courts decide child custody issues based on what it believes to be in the best interest of the child. "http://statelaws.findlaw.com/north-carolina-law/north-carolina-child-custody-laws.html
Yes, to reimburse the State for its expenses.
No they do not.
In the state of North Carolina, a child must attain the age of 18 before the child is old enough to decide for him/her self which parent they wish to live with.
is there a guideline to be disinherited from a will,if you are a child of the deceasesd?
When they are 18yo.
She was born in North Carolina.
In North Carolina (He soon moved there as a child)
There is no legal age a child can babysit in North Carolina. It is whatever age the parents feel comfortable with them babysitting. 11-13 is an average age to begin babysitting.
A child is the responsibility of their parents until they reach the age of majority. That is 18 in North Carolina. They can give permission to move out.
Yes it is legal to spank a child.
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The legal age of sexual consent in North Carolina is 16 years old. A child can leave home at the age of 18 in North Carolina.