21 year old dating a 17 year old
would i get in some kind of trouble with the laws if they dont accept our relationship. i just got a real good job and scared to lose it over that. We arent having sexual intercourse and we do really care about each other. And BTW- if anyone- your parents, teacher, friend, police, etc. For this purpose, a minor DOES NOT include a 17-year-old. Umm..for the purposes of the Alcoholic Beverage Code a minor is a person under 21 actually.(is it unlawful if we me and her have sex) ***TEXAS LAW*** There are no laws restricting age limits on dating. were to claim that there has been sexual contact- even "petting" , they will be believed and your BF will end up like my son and hundreds of others. For the purposes of estates, a minor is a person under 21.Anything more than a goodnight kiss on the cheek is out.Rule Eight I am aware that it is considered fashionable for boys your age to wear their trousers so loosely that they appear to be falling off of your hips.
For the purposes of the criminal justice system, a minor is a person 10-16 years of age and an adult is a person 17 years of age or older.
Be extremely polite, and NEVER talk bad about an ex. I will make sure that they are ready for dating before I will allow them to go out on one. They will be going to college and obtaining a degree in their chosen field. Instead of just standing there, why don't you do something useful, like change the oil in my car.
Have a firm plan for your future, and above all, let them know that you think the world of their daughter. You may think that dating is a regular part of teenage life. You will wait patiently, and quietly for my daughter to make her appearance.
I started dating this girl that is 17 years old and well am a lil concern about her age.
she has been wanting me to meet her parents, she says that they are very strict. I am dating a 23 year old and I was just wondering if it was against the law. Read this whole thread, pay attention to my posts in it- with you being 15 it is VERY important that you pay attention to my son's plight.
I would recommend the 19 year old stop dating the 14 year old before he finds himself in prison. Being specific depends on the legal definition of the law, based on the crime commited. For the purposes of criminal prosecution (like you have suggested), "child" is defined as a person under the age of 17 in Texas. It is VERY written, and is available all over the net.