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At what age can you move out in Alabama?

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2005-09-06 23:26:58
2005-09-06 23:26:58

The legal age of majority in Alabama is 19. The exceptions are if the person marries or enlists in the military.

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No. The age of majority in Alabama is 19.

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== == The legal age of majority in Alabama is 19.The age of majority, which is 18 in Alabama. Until then the parents are responsible.

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Having a child does not change the requirements. You have to be 18 to move out.

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In Alabama, you must be 19-years-old in order to move out of your parent's home if you are unmarried. This is due to the age of adulthood in Alabama being 19-years-old, according to the Code of Alabama. If you are married or widowed, the age of adulthood in Alabama is 18-years-old.

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Alabama is one of three states that would not allow it. The age of majority is 19 in Alabama. Until then you are the responsibility of your parents. They determine where you live and much of what you can do.

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In Alabama they must have reached the age of majority. Otherwise they need to wait until they turn 18. If they are being abused, the court will move them to a foster home.

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I looked at a website that says when a child reaches the age of 18 or gradutaes high school

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yes if they get emacipated but that costs money and can take a long time.

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