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    im 17 turning 18 in february & my boyfriend is 16 turning 17 this november , me & my parents dont have that much of a good relationship & im planning to move out with him & his family . . is their any law or something that states theirs something illegal about this ?

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    Once you're 18 there's nothing stopping you from leaving your parents' home.

    However quite honestly moving in with your minor boyfriend is not a wise move. And his parents need a kick in the backside for even contemplating it.

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    • #3
      Until you're 18, you live where your parents say.

      As noted, it's not a good idea to move in with your 16, turning 17 year old boyfriend.
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      • #4
        Das ist in der Doktor!

        Originally Posted by izamar figueroa im 17 turning 18 in february & my boyfriend is 16 turning 17 this november , me & my parents dont have that much of a good relationship & im planning to move out with him & his family . . is their any law or something that states theirs something illegal about this ?
        All kinds of them, but why quote a bunch of laws that you intend to ignore anyway?
        Besides, nothing is likely to come of you and he living at his parents anyway.
        But, should it all go very wrong,
        it will be your little pea brained under aged bf and his parents that will pay a very steep price for your stupidity.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by drruthless View Post
          All kinds of them, but why quote a bunch of laws that you intend to ignore anyway?
          Besides, nothing is likely to come of you and he living at his parents anyway.
          But, should it all go very wrong,
          it will be your little pea brained under aged bf and his parents that will pay a very steep price for your stupidity.

          ..__________________
          ~ The thing about getting older is your body has a way of telling you when it’s time to start making decisions,
          using a different part of your anatomy. ~ drr


          Dok, there's actually no law against it.

          There is in FL a "close in age" exemption to the stat. rape/sex abuse statutes that decriminalizes the act between a 17 and 18 year old.

          I'm not wanting to encourage any behavior of the sort, but it's only fair to be legally accurate y'know?

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          • #6
            Das ist in der Doktor!

            Originally posted by Dogmatique View Post
            Dok, there's actually no law against it.

            There is in FL a "close in age" exemption to the stat. rape/sex abuse statutes that decriminalizes the act between a 17 and 18 year old.

            I'm not wanting to encourage any behavior of the sort, but it's only fair to be legally accurate y'know?
            Thats right, I forgot, we're talking about Florida, my bad...
            Well then, I stand corrected....
            I would still be inclined to offer my sympathy to the boys parents,
            that love nest will likely get old real quick.
            If it happens it all...
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            • #7
              Originally posted by drruthless View Post
              Thats right, I forgot, we're talking about Florida, my bad...
              Well then, I stand corrected....
              I would still be inclined to offer my sympathy to the boys parents,
              that love nest will likely get old real quick.
              If it happens it all...
              .._________________
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              my foot.


              I couldn't agree with you more, my dear Dok!

              And I come from a country where the age of consent is 16.

              Let's face it, teens setting up house together rarely works out well. More often than not there becomes at least one more child involved and the parents are fighting over who gets what and whom and all sorts of things.

              One thing I keep asking teens is this:

              If you're really mature enough to carry on this sort of relationship, then you're mature enough to wait several years until you've both had some life experience - right? If it's true love, then it will withstand the passage of time - right?

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              • #8
                "Close in age" exception only applies to rape charges. There are other charges that could apply that would give the adult a prison terms and likely lifetime registration as sex offender.
                http://www.parentnook.com/forum/

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by panther10758 View Post
                  "Close in age" exception only applies to rape charges. There are other charges that could apply that would give the adult a prison terms and likely lifetime registration as sex offender.


                  Then do enlighten us, please?

                  (Given that the actual statute effectively legalizes sex between anyone under 23 and a teen 16 and older)

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                  • #10
                    If you recall Xena her son (also in FL) was charged under a lewd acts law and given 12 year sentence. He was 19 she was 16
                    http://www.parentnook.com/forum/

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by panther10758 View Post
                      If you recall Xena her son (also in FL) was charged under a lewd acts law and given 12 year sentence. He was 19 she was 16


                      Actually yes, I do recall that.

                      I now wonder, since the actual statute now makes it legal for close-in-age teens to have sexual contact, one wonders if that happened before the newer laws were written. Or if he was simply rail-roaded.

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                      • #12
                        I would not say the law makes close in age sex legal just not prosecuteable.
                        http://www.parentnook.com/forum/

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