Parents can (1) report a teen behaving in either way to their local police department, (2) file a court complaint asking a judge to designate the teen a “youth in crisis,” or (3) ask a judge to declare the teen emancipated, giving him or her all the powers of an adult and relieving the parents of any responsibility for
Then, can I kick my 16 year old out UK?
Yes, a 16-year-old can leave home without her parents' or carers' permission. You can also ask her to leave. For children under 17, however, social services may apply for a 'care order'. If your child is 16 and homeless, the Children's Services at the local council should normally provide her with accommodation.
Furthermore, what is the youngest age you can move out?
What can you do at 17 when your 16?
It depends on where you live, but you usually can:
- Donate blood/organs.
- Obtain an adult passport.
- Legally consent to sex in some American states.
- Drive most vehicles and apply for plane/helicopter licenses.
- Get confidential medical testing/counseling/treatment (without a parent's knowledge)
Do your parents have control over you at 16?
Usually, once you are 18 years old, in the eyes of the law, you are an adult and parental responsibility no longer applies. Therefore you are free to make all of your decisions without getting parental consent.