• New Brunswick

    How old do I have to be in New Brunswick?

    19 years. See the Age of Majority Act, RSNB, 1973, c. A-4. What is the legal age in New Brunswick? The age of adulthood in New Brunswick under the Age of Majority Law is also 19. Can you move at 16 in New Brunswick? In general, if you are 16 or 17 years old, you can decide where you want to live and you do not need a legal guardian. You can leave home against the wishes of your legal guardian and live elsewhere. At what age can a child decide where to live in New Brunswick? At the age of 16 or soUnless there is a compelling reason for…

  • New Brunswick

    What is the age of majority in New Brunswick?

    19 years. In New Brunswick the age of majority is 19 years. Parents often deal with child support issues after they separate or as part of their divorce petition. Usually, it is the parent with whom the children live most of the time who receives child support payments from the other. At what age can a child decide who to live with in NB? At the age of 16 or soUnless there is a compelling reason for a judge to make an order that goes against the child’s wishes (concerns about parental care and the home environment, perhaps), they will go along with the child’s wishes. At 18, is he…

  • New Brunswick

    What age is considered a minor in New Brunswick?

    under 19 years old. Provincial definitions of minor Province Definition of minor child New Brunswick Person under 19 years old Newfoundland Person under 16 years of age (youth defined as a person 16 years of age or older, but under 18 years of age) Prince Edward Island Person under 18 years of age Northwest Territories Person under 19 years of age Are you a minor at 16 in Canada? The age of majority is the age at which you are legally considered an adult. The age of majority is different in other provinces, but in Ontario it is 18 years.If you are a parent or guardian, you are no longer…