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    Family law is one of the most far-reaching branches of the law. Just a few areas that family law covers are marriage, divorce, adoption, child abuse and neglect, and emancipation.

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      Is it legal for parents to lock their kids out if they don't come home by curfew?
      At what age can kids be left at home alone?
      My parents are divorced with joint custody but I really don't want to spend very much time with my father. How are custody issues decided?
      Are parents responsible for kid's actions?
      My parents do drugs and how do I get away from it?
      How can I keep my Dad from getting my inheritance from my Grandma? Put it in the Bank?
      If I have permission from a parent, how old do I have to be before I can move out?
      If the parent allows sexual contact with someone 16 and older what is the law on that?
      Does a minor have the right, when pregnant, to keep the baby against parental consent?
      Is it legal to drink in your own home if your parents condone it?
      Is there any way I can be sure that I get to live with only one of my parents in a divorce case?
      Can a parent of an unborn child sign over his rights to that unborn child to the mother of the unborn child?
      I have a boyfriend, 16 yrs. old, who is believed to being mentally abused by his parents. He truly believes that his parents do not care about him. His dad recently told him that he is kicked out of the house. The dad said he is going to put him into foster care. My boyfriend wants to live with me or at one of my friend's house. Both of our parents have said it was ok since they know how his parents treat him.  Who takes responsibilty if he leaves his house and lives with a friend? What are his rights?
      Question i will be 13 in august of this year.My mom and dad have joint custody of me.I go to my dads in the summer.When can i decide what i want.I don't want to go to my dads in the summer i want to stay with my mom but he won't let me.?
      If i moved out Two weeks before my 18th birthday could my parents still charge me??? What would be the consquence?
      Could my mom take away something i bought with my own money and not give it back?

    i live at home with my mother and stepfather. i am 16 and will be 17 in july i want to know what i have to do to get out of my house because im being verbaly abused by my stepfather. my mother doesnt defend me most of the time and i have a hard time not getting into an arguement with my stepfather. my real father, to me doesnt really have the abelitly to take care of me so i ask you for help, what do i have to do to get out of this situation?


    If I'm pregnant am I emancipated or can my parents still make decisions for me. What about my unborn child/baby? Who makes decisions for the child?

      I am 10 years old and live with my Mom and Step father. When I was 3 years old when my mom and my real dad split up. My mom wouldn't let my dad have any visitation until he took angermangement classes. My dad never took the classes but I know that he wanted to see me. My mom had my dads parental rights taken away and then changed my name to her maiden name. She still gets child support from him is this right? Is it right to collect child support and not let me see my dad? If my mom lets my step dad adopt me can she still get child support from my real dad?
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