Not an easy Question, Depends on Which Country you are in, and which State in the Country. Some Counties laws change from state to state.
IE: Australia, USA, Russia, I think Canada also, just to name some. But in Victoria (Australia) the Min age is 16. But we have got younger Teen Mums. Each case gets play on it's own. Some Teen Mums get to keep the child. But Some are given up for adoption. It is a problem we have here in Australia. But in most cases here there are support for them.
You will need to check with your local law courts for more up to date information.
No, you do not have to have daycare license to care for five kids in your home.My aunt used to have license to watch kids in her home,she had to have 6 kids for that.She also lived in Cobb County line,which is here in Ga.Shes retired.Hope this helps you out some.I do know all states and counties,cities maybe different.Have a good Day! just43 Actually if I just talked to the Child Care Office in Pa today and if you have four or more children that are not related to you in your home you need to be registered with the state.
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That's a very difficult issue to assess. There are some states (as archaic as it is) that have laws that directly relate to relationships between persons of the same gender regardless of their ages. Having said that, all states have laws that can be applied to any relationship between adults and minors, platonic or otherwise. This is the reason persons who work with or interact with children in any capacity need to use great caution. Therefore, it would be in the best interest of the adult female to use discretion and careful consideration to the possible consequences of being involved in such a relationship. It would also be prudent to obtain legal advice from an attorney who is knowledgeable about state laws pertaining to such relationships. Better to be forewarned now, than to find oneself in legal difficulty at a later time.
Missouri does not have open emancipation status when it petains to minors. In other words it is not allowed except through the recommendation and guidelines of MO.Department of Social Services. FYI, even if states that allow emancipation of minors the minimum age is 16.