Question: Is It Legal To Kick Your Child Out At 18?

While a parent’s love may be unconditional, parents of minor children are obligated to house, feed, and pay for their children’s needs.

But when a child turns 18, parents can, in fact, legally evict their child.

Also, kicking your adult child out without warning may open you up to legal liability.

Can I Legally Evict My 18 Year Old?

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Can I legally kick my 18 year old out?

An 18 year old can sign a lease agreement and live on his own, so yes, you can kick him out, but the cops will bring him “home” if he doesn’t have a place to stay.

No, parents have a duty to provide for their children until they reach the age of adulthood. Kicking a child out of the home without the child being emancipated usually constitutes child abandonment which is a crime

You can leave home without parental consent at the age of 18. If a child leaves home, parents can apply for a court order to try and bring the child back.

At what age is a parent not legally responsible?

18 years of age