Most of the time, these differences reflect community and societal values regarding minors’ decision-making and responsibility.
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At the same time parents are lamenting that their children are growing up too fast, the kids are responding, “Not fast enough.” In the eyes of the law, however, the line is generally pretty clear in separating minors and adults.
For those younger than 18, legal age laws dictate certain rights and responsibilities of minors.
For instance, Michigan's legal age laws state that a 14-year-old may file a lawsuit, while a child 16 or older may be emancipated by judicial order.
Tanning: Prior written informed consent of the minor’s parent or legal guardian is necessary before a minor may use the services of a tanning facility (MCLA 333.13407). Parents must have an opportunity to review materials and may request that their child be excused from the class (MCLA 380.1507).