When a teenager reaches the age of 18, he does not have to petition the court to make his emancipation official. It occurs automatically, along with the rights that come with it. An 18-year-old does not need his parentsí permission to move out of their home. If his parents donít live together and a custody order is in effect, it no longer binds him. He can live with whichever parent he prefers." http://info.legalzoom.com/nevada-law...ild-20794.html http://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/table_emancipation http://law.findlaw.com/state-laws/mi...he-law/nevada/
Originally Posted by JudyKayTee
Jennie, your sarcasm is unwarranted. I didn't give you the reddie. I don't know who did but please don't tar me with the same brush.
You disagree? Fine. Taking a swipe at the people who did offer advice helps no one.
What is your advice to her?
i didnt say YOU gave me the reddi judy. it was as general comment, since we can no longer see WHO gives reddies.
sorry if i made you mad. i still disagree with how this question was handled