I was answered with a you can move out with a friend once your 18 what about the permission law saying if the law is called by your parent in louisanna because you left while being 17 the law cant mdo anything about it because you are the permission age meaning you dont need your parents permission?
I want to move out and I am almost 17. But i dont understand this? I thought i needed to get emancipated but on one of yalls questions like the one above yall replied that the sheriff wont get them if theyre 17.
A person age 17 or older commits the crime of carnal knowledge of a juvenile by engaging in consensual oral, anal, or vaginal sex with a child between the ages of 13 and 17. If the defendant is two to four years older than the child, then the crime is a misdemeanor. Nobody can predict if you will...Read more »
I am 17 year's old, I will be 18 next month in May. My father is my legal guardian but I want to move to my mothers due to my fathers mental, emotional, and verbal abuse. Can I move to my mothers without permission? If I do, what would the police do?
(Louisiana)My dad is very mentally, emotionally, and verbally abusive. He is manipulative, and a narcissist. He doesn't take care of himself. I cook his meals every day, i wash his clothes, and clean his house cause he is too lazy. The house is falling apart, I don't think it will even... Read more »
My son was at his fathers house and after I had already told him he could not go anywhere his dad chose to allow him to go to this woman’s home where she provided a house full of minors alcohol and left them unattended for periods of time
I have a lot of money saved, a safe place to go, and i do online school so i will be able to keep up with my school work. my parents are causing my mental health to get worse, i had a suicide attempt because of it last January. i just want to get out for the sake of my own health. is it illegal to... Read more »
Ive been living with my dad by myself since I was 10. He verbally abuses me, and emotionally. He does not help keep our home clean, I have to do everything in the home for him even though he is not handicap or sick in anyway. He is perfeclty fine. I cook, clean, wash his clothes, and fix his food... Read more »
Yes you can be forced to return to home or to Florida Parishes. Unless you are being physically abused, your parent has a substance abuse problem, you are being sexually abused at home, your parent is not providing a clean place to live and adequate food and clothing, you have to wait until you...Read more »
No, you are still considered a minor by law. You can jump out into the world and all of its accompanying responsibilities as an adult once you are 18. Until then, you could consult with a family law attorney to discuss emancipation, but that process would likely take you through your 18th...Read more »
she says things like she wish i was never born accuses me of being with older men and right now she is trying to send me to a mental hospital so they can give me medicine and so i can be out the house, i wanna run away to my grandmas house we already have a case against her
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