18 yr old dating a 15 yr old
My parents also married at similar ages and have been together (allegedly "happily") for more than 20 years. If she's mature then it shouldn't matter, but in most cases I don't think it would be true.Of course according to the law it's ok, but I would try to stop my daughter (or my son) at any cost from getting into that sort of relationship.Of course according to the law it's ok, but I would try to stop my daughter (or my son) at any cost from getting into that sort of relationship. I'm now 22 and have been with my 34 year old partner for 3 years in May.You do realise that as their daughter you're unlikely to actually find out what's going on behind the scence, or even under your nose if you're used to it and think it's normal. We have our own place too and even moved to another country (7000 miles away) together. My dad, on the other hand, has not met him and doesn't want us to date because of our age difference. Could my dad take an legal action against the 19 year old if we just date? There are no laws in any state that dictate who may DATE.
And when I say "vigorously", I mean - seriously - like Jack Bauer enforcing them. My question involves criminal law for the state of: Florida I am a 15 year old girl and I'm in somewhat of a relationship with a 19 year old male. We're basically like boyfriend a girlfriend, but we want to make it official. I'm not exactly sure he would because my dad thinks he seems like a nice guy, but I just don't know. There are only laws that dictate who may have sexual contact.