Question: Who is considered a minor in Florida?

A minor, by definition, is any person who is under the age of majority. This age is defined differently from state to state. Florida, like most states, sets the age of majority at 18, so the Florida statutes well be discussing here only apply when a child is under the age of 18.

How old is a minor in FL?

The age of majority in Florida is 18. This means that when you turn 18, you gain almost all of the legal rights that adults have. Some of those include the right to vote, and getting a drivers license without parental permission.

Can my parents take my phone if I paid for it?

As long as youre under age 18 and living with your parents, youre under their authority; they can take away your cell phone if they want, and the law gives you no recourse to get it back.

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