Any minor petitioning a Texas court for emancipation -- that is, being declared an
adult in the eyes of the law -- must be a Texas resident, 17 years old (or 16 and ...
Legal Rights of a 17-Year-Old in Texas. Seventeen-year-olds are generally
anxious for their next birthday to arrive so that they can cease being legal minors
The age of the child is significant because a seventeen-year-old who ... 17 who is
voluntarily absent from home without the consent of his or her parent or ...
[Archive] 21 dating a 17 year old in texas Texas Family Law. ... the termination of
parental rights, her parents have the statutory right to physical ...
Mar 3, 2015 ... If you're 17 years old and arrested for a crime, where you go ... Since 1918, Texas
has considered 17-year-olds to be adults when they commit ...
May 30, 2013 ... When a child turns 17 in Texas, they are subject to different laws and may have
different rights under the law. ... This is all in theory and with a 17 year old it is
nearly impossible to get them back if they are set on not going back ...
I live in Texas and my son who will be 17 in August says he does not have ...
officer I spoke with, in Texas a 17 year old CAN move out but if they do ... and to
designate the residence of the child, among other rights and duties ...
We stand behind our entry that the age of sexual consent in Texas is 17. ... case a
16 year old daughter) and engage in consensual sexual relations with her? ... an
attorney with Lambda Legal Defense, a homosexual rights organization which ...
It is not legal to move out at the age of 17 in Texas, unless one has been
emancipated by the courts. In the State of Texas, the "age of majority" is 18 years
www.texasadvocacyproject.org/documents/Youth Rights in DV 121406.pdf
Rights of Youth in Child Abuse Reporting & Investigation pages 10-13 ... describe
the legal process that allows a minor who is 16 or 17 years old to file a.