Q: 17yr old son moved in with his 31-year-old supervisor w/o permission. What Georgia laws could this woman be breaking?
I am a Kansas resident and my son was until I let him finish out last year of HS in Georgia with his grandmother on a power of attorney. He hasn't been living with her for the last six months or so and she failed to tell me and lied about it when I asked until I had proof. I'm concerned because he is without proper parental care for his mental and emotional needs. He graduates in May, gets straight A's and turns 18 in July. This woman is taking advantage of him having him work two jobs while finishing high school to help her pay bills b/c apparently her alimony recently ran out. She has already been written up at work also verbally warned for her relationship with him at work. But they continued dating behind their boss's back and they met when he was 16. I know legal age of consent is 16 but he's a minor until he's 18. I'm considering driving down there this week bring him home since his classes are online anyways. Is she breaking the law in any way by enticing or depriving a minor?
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