Parental liability refers to a parent’s obligation to pay for any damage caused by that parent’s child, including damage caused by negligent, intentional, or criminal acts. Parental liability typically lasts until the child is the age of majority, and starts when the child is 8 to 10 years old. A child’s offenses can be criminal… Continue reading →
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