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 When is a person legally an adult according to federal law?

Answer The legal age that a child becomes an adult according to the U.S. federal law is 18 years old. However, they retain the status of an eligible family member dependent until the age of 21.Source:U.S.... Read More »
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Can I legally establish paternity for my adult child?

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At what age can a child no longer legally share a room with an adult?

Answer There is no law about sharing rooms and age limits. If there is more going on then just sharing a room, then there are dangers related to conduct.
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Federal & State Benefits for the Legally Blind?

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