So you want to be on your own, but know that you can't really take care of yourself and you want your parents to be responsible for you financially while you run around doing as you please. Sounds pretty selfish and irresponsible to me. * No, once a minor has been legally emancipated the parents are no longer financially nor legally responsible. The purpose of emancipation is to allow the petitioner to become independent, meaning said person pays their own way and handles their own personal and financial affairs.
Minors can achieve emancipation if they can prove they're responsible. If they're not responsible, yes, the parents are responsible for the minor's actions.
Yes. They are still the child's parent and responsible for supporting their child.
If they are the child's legal parent yes. The only way that they might be unresponsible is if the other parent had sole physical and legal custody. If they have joint custody but the child lives most of the time with the other parent they are still responsible.
The age of majority in Alabama is 18 years old. Parents are still responsible for their child until the day of the 19th birthday.
Yes the parent is still responsible for them. They will remain responsible until they reach the age of majority. In New Jersey, that is 18.
Once the child turns 18, she can stop being responsible for her son at any time. Even if the child is still in school, he is still a legal adult and is no longer the parent's responsibilty.
The legal consequences of a 17 year old moving out their parents even with parental consent is the parent is still the legal guardian of that child. The parent will be responsible, legally, for the child until the age of 18.
After the emancipation proclamation slavery was still legal almost everywhere except the united states. It is still legal in some parts of the world. The United States was one of the first countries to outlaw slavery.
If the marriage was legal when it was conducted, yes, it is still legal. And once you are married, in many states you are automatically considered emancipated.
A pregnant teen (or any teen) can be kicked out of a house. However, if they are not put in alternate housing (foster care, etc), if anything happens to that child the legal guardian is still legally responsible.
No. The father is still responsible for supporting his child. The new spouse has no legal responsibility whatsoever.No. The father is still responsible for supporting his child. The new spouse has no legal responsibility whatsoever.No. The father is still responsible for supporting his child. The new spouse has no legal responsibility whatsoever.No. The father is still responsible for supporting his child. The new spouse has no legal responsibility whatsoever.
Yes. The parent is still responsible for providing support until the child support order is modified by the court.Yes. The parent is still responsible for providing support until the child support order is modified by the court.Yes. The parent is still responsible for providing support until the child support order is modified by the court.Yes. The parent is still responsible for providing support until the child support order is modified by the court.
Child emancipation is the legal way to move out on your own at age 17 without the court order of emancipation the parents are still responsible for the minor until age 18 If the child should run away and stay hidden until age 18 The parent should file a missing persons report to cover any neglect charges should the child turn up dead
you can if your an emancipated minor...but there has to be reasons for emancipating you! you can't just move out because you parent is still held responsible for you! If your really serious got to court and file for emancipation and follow the steps! Good luck!!!!
can a 17 year old femaleov me out if she has a safe place to live and can the legal gardian make her stay home?
If the other parent had a half decent lawyer then the convicted parent won't get custody.
They still owe the money to the estate. The executor may offset their inheritance by that amount.
Yes you still have to follow their rules until you are emancipated.
Yes. The fact that you got pregnant is not a good sign for emancipation. The court may not believe that you are responsible enough act or be treated as an adult, and may decide that your parents still need to be financially responsible for you.
A parent is the biological or legally adoptive mother or father. If you have lost custody of your child you are still the child's parent in that sense. If you have allowed your child to be legally adopted you may not be in their life but you are still their parent in that sense. In a legal sense you can no longer make any decisions for the child and have no parental rights.
A child is not allowed to simply move out if still under the parents' repsonsibility. If they do move out at that age, they need to be emancipated and their parents freed of said legal obligation.
Yes legally you are still responsible for your daughter as long as she is living in your home. Now if she no longer is living with you than you are responsible in ethical aspect as you are their parent.
Sorry, you are still not emancipated. Having a child does not make one an adult, it just makes you a parent. You are still the responsibility of your parents.
No. You are still considered a minor and cannot sign on the dotted line of a legal binding contract. Thus you will have to have a parent/guardian to sign and be financially responsible.