Quick Answer: Can My Parents Take Away My Money?

Can your parents legally take your money?

It’s not illegal to take money from your kids in most cases, although, of course, there are exceptions, like if the child’s money is in a specific trust and you abuse the funds..

Can your parents take away your phone if you bought it?

As long as you’re under age 18 and living with your parents, you’re under their authority; they can take away your cell phone if they want, and the law gives you no recourse to get it back.

Can my parents charge me rent at 16?

Yes, your parents can charge you rent. The parent can actually control what the child earns. Oddly, when the parent does not control what the child earns, the child might be emancipated.

Can my parents take my phone at 18?

You’re legally an adult. Your parents do not have the authority to take something that belongs to another adult. And yes, if you bought the phone and pay for the bill, it’s your phone. When your parents, or anybody, take someone else’s property without permission that’s a crime.

Can your parents take your phone at 17?

Yes they can. You are a minor and they have control over that until you turn 18.

Can you call yourself out of school if you’re 18?

As Daniel David, if you are 18 you can dismiss yourself. However, the school is still legally responsible for your safety and will want you to sign out of the building so they can account for where you are. This also doesn’t absolve you from responsibility for your classes.

Can my parents take my money if I’m 18?

As a general matter turning 18 means that you are an adult and you do not have to permit your parents to obtain your paycheck.

Can parents steal your money?

If you’re an adult (at least 18 years old) in the United States and your parents are stealing your money you can choose to report it to the police and your parents may be prosecuted. That’s a big step, and will likely end your relationship with your parents.

Is it illegal for parents to read text messages?

The common rule is that it is illegal to spy on text messages because it violates a person’s privacy. By spying, it’s meant unauthorized surveillance over one’s mobile device without their consent. On the other hand, there are circumstances under which one person can track text messages from one cell phone of another.

Does a 13 year old have rights?

Minors also have rights under the U.S. Constitution. Specifically, they have the right to equal protection, which means that every child is entitled to the same treatment at the hands of authority regardless of race, gender, disability, or religion.

Can your parents force you to live with them at 18?

1 attorney answer No, your parents cannot force you to remain at home after age eighteen, assuming you are not under any legal disability or court-ordered guardianship under which you are required to live with your parents after age eighteen.

Can your parents call the cops on you for running away at 18?

4 attorney answers Now that you are 18, your parents cannot control your movements. The simple act of leaving your home, and associating with an adult is not criminal. If your parents call the cops about such a circumstance, nothing will happen.