Law on dating
I am in Ohio, have a 16 year old daughter that met a 19 year old second-year college student on World of Warcraft & have begun to have internet relationship.
I am divorced, father lives 3 hours away, still in Ohio.
Ex had an attorney write me a letter that I would be in contempt of court if I try to block his visitation. I want this relationship to end, my ex encourages it. She is now wearing his big HS Class Ring around her neck - they state that they are IN LOVE. He has indicated that the guy "Matt" can visit their home & spend the night to see my daughter during his visitation.
I fear it may be soon, as he has her for a long weekend over Thanksgiving & a week over the Christmas Holidays.
And I'm sorry but this woman is her mother, her legal guardian, her maker.
She has EVERY right to tell her child that she can't date an adult.
I disagree - it is not up to the "child," at least not while she's under her parents roof.
Until she can support herself and live on her own they get to make the rules.
He drove my daughter to see this guy in Chicago during one of his weekend visitations, without my consent.The best way to do that (coming from a 27 y/o who was once a 17 y/o in a similar situation) is to restrain your feelings, support your daughter, and supervise the relationship in your home.Chances are, if this kids in college, he's ditching his HS sweetheart in the next year anyway when he find some girl on campus who isn't hundreds of miles away.The 19 year old showed up at my ex's home in July during his visitation (Surprise Visit! My ex husband is promoting & encouraging the relationship. He wrote "I loved being wrapped up in a blanket, how warm it was & how I never wanted it to end.".He drove my daughter to see this guy in Chicago during one of his weekend visitations, without my consent. WHERE was the Parent supervision (my ex & his wife) during that episode??
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And if in the US there are large differences in the state laws.