Your Legal Rights and Responsibilities as an 18-Year-Old. Turning 18 is your
first step down the road of legal adulthood. That step takes you into a vast new.
When you become 18 years old, you have reached a milestone in your life. At
age 18 you will have most of the legal rights and responsibilities of adulthood.
... just like you. That is because an 18-year-old is legally considered an adult in
nearly every state in the union. Here are five ways the law affects your new 18-
Apr 6, 2009 ... Your 18-eighteen-year-old has to follow the rules just as much as .... as a parent
are legally accountable if you violate the rights of your child ...
Parents are legally required to support their minor children. ... typically end when
a child reaches the age of majority, which is 18 years old in most states. However
... To fully understand the emancipation process, including parental rights and ...
Legal Rights of an 18-Year-Old. Turning 18 can be an exciting time. You are
leaving behind your life as a child and growing into an adult. If you live in the
Jan 20, 2014 ... The law sets out the rights and responsibilities that parents have in relation to
bringing up their children. Sometimes rights ... 18-year-olds can:.
Once a minor reaches the age of majority, he or she can make legally binding
decisions independently; You must be 21, three years past the age of majority, ...
Find out more about the rights you have once you turn 18. ... Alcohol. legally buy
and drink alcohol – you can even apply for a licence to sell alcohol ...
highlights the ways in which your legal rights and responsibilities change when
.... Are all 18-year-old males still required to register with the Selective Service ...