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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 CHAPTER 32 Parents and Children TEXTHERE EMPTY CONCEPT CREATE CONTENT FILL MEIN WITH INTERESTINGCOPY STARTHERE I. Responsibilities Between Parents and Children A. Paternity: Fatherhood B. Support: Support their minor children Parents must provide food, clothing shelter, education, and medical care Mothers and fathers equally responsible for child support C. Emancipation: Parents legal responsibility ends when their children become emancipated Emancipation means that children are free from the legal control and custody of their parents Usually occurs when child turns 18, married, joins the armed forces. or becomes self supporting D. Family Responsibility Laws: Adult children to support their parents when the parents are in need Some states have FRL which requires adult children to care for elderly parents E. Education: All children have the right to a free public school education through the twelfth grade. Parents have the right to chose the kind of school to which they want to send there children-public, private, parochial, or home school A child who misses school is considered a truant F. Medical Care: Parents have a legal duty to protect and supervise their children's health Parents must provide proper medical and dental care. Children should be current on immunizations and should visit the dentist twice a year G. Care and Supervision: Child may be left alone at home but must be of age Parents may decide what is best for their children as long as they do not abuse or neglect their children H. Discipline: Parents have a right and a duty to supervise their children Parents may decide where child lives, attend school, what religion, and they practice and other aspects of there lives children who continually disobey their parents or run away from home may be charged as status offenders A status offender may be placed under court supervision I. Parental Responsibility for Children's Acts: Parents who fail to exercise proper supervision and control over children may be held legally responsible Almost all states hold parents civilly liable for certain acts of their minor children A parent who encourages a child to sell drugs could be charged with CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR A FAMILY CAR DOCTRINE is a special rule to make parents responsible for damages caused by any driver in the family J. Earnings and Employment: Children who work can keep and spend there own money Parents have the right to take the earnings of their minor children Parents have no right to use other money that legally belongs to their children
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