End of parental authority

As the parent of a child, you are entitled and, in fact, required to exercise parental authority.

Parental authority ends when:

Emancipation gives the minor greater autonomy by allowing them to accomplish acts they could not previously accomplish.

Respect for parental authority

Children owe their parents respect and remain under their authority until they reach full age (18 years) or are emancipated. An unemancipated minor may not leave home without the consent of the person with parental authority.

For more information

See the section Emancipation of the minor on the public curator's website.

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