A minor who signs a contract may disaffirm the contract after reaching 18 years of age. Fam. Code 6710. Plaintiff in this case signed an employment agreement with an arbitration clause to work as a waitress at a Del Taco restaurant when she was 16 years old. This decision holds that she retained the right to disaffirm the contract after she turned 18, and that she did so by filing suit against Del Taco alleging sexual harassment and wage and hour violations. The fact that she had continued to work as a waitress for Del Taco for four months after turning 18 did not waive her right to disaffirm the contract. The new 18 year old must disaffirm the contract within a “reasonable time.” The trial court did not abuse its discretion in holding that four months was not an unreasonable length of time to pass before disaffirmance.