Thank you for your response. Could you please answer the second part of my question:
If not, do I have any other legal option to keep him away from her until she reaches the age of 18?
Hi Roger, thanks! I will post a positive review. Would you mind helping me a bit more? Do they prosecute for things like this for "contributing to the delinquency of a minor" Or would I be wasting my money if I went forward with this? If I were to go forward with "contributing to the delinquency of a minor" do I just go the our local police station and file charges, or do I have to get a lawyer to file the charges for me? I just need to do whatever I can to keep this guy away from my daughter. What do you suggest????
The 18-year old kid lives with his father who owns his home and has a construction company. I have documentation on the "find my Iphone" app that she has been to his home. Maybe I can tell the father that I can press charges against him, too. (My daughter is an senior in high school, all AP class, member of the national honor society. This guy is a covered from head to toe in tattoos. It is every parent
it is every parent
It is every parent's nightmare.
Thank you so much for your help! Could I also (perhaps) tell the father, that since they are shacking up at his home, I can also add him to the complaint?
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