But then on the other hand you are still implying that she can still find herself dealing with legal issues if the parents decided to step in?
If the minors parents object to the relationship they can order them to stop.
If they do not they can (although very difficult) get a protective order. I just want to be very clear that I understand this. If the parents object they can cause my daughter legal problems?
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Your daughter has already committed a crime by engaging in ANY sexual activity with this child.
She is an adult and should not be having sexual relation with a boy of 15.
Search this forum and see what others that have made this mistake are going through, and show your daughter...there is a thread on here right now about a girl that has to Register as a Sex Offender for her behavior with a minor.
I have always promoted the idea of waiting until you are married, but I'm also realistic.
We all live in Florida and I wanted to know if they do decide to have sex can she run into a legal situation if his parents were to find out?
He is a nice boy, but I found out that things are getting heated, but no sex yet.Now if it is not legal and let's say the parents decided to charge. Until the 15 year old turns 16 he is not age of consent if they have sex or engage in sexual acts.If he was coming to my home, can that implicate me as well as her mother? We thought of creating a contract that his parents consent to this relationship. By the way why would they tell the truth if they are having sex or engaging in sex acts!?I have two younger children and I will not risk losing them because of her decision of having a younger boyfriend. This mom is very worried about her daughter's future. I am not saying they are liars just making a point.Also if there is no sex involved, but other acts, does this implicate her as well? Well I need to find a definate answer as I have two younger children and I do not want to be involved if there is a chance of her getting into a mess for dating a younger person.So once she turns 18, you are saying that for her not to deal with any legal ramifications, it's best she waits until he's 16?