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Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out

Can a 14-year-old choose to move in with her father in Michigan?


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2005-11-19 03:22:36
2005-11-19 03:22:36

No, minor children are not allowed to make the decision as to which parent they choose to reside with. A judge makes the decision based on what is in the best interest of said child, not on the preference of a parent or child.


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If there's a court order, it'd need to be followed. Most court ordered custody will explain about parents moving out of state. If there's no custody order, I'd consider putting one in place before moving. The father could file a custody case in MI, if you leave and he doesn't like it.

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Get your parent's permission to move out. Otherwise you have to wait until you are 18.

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well sometimes i would choose that rout but my father abandoned me so i choos to stay with my mother for moral support and over the years my mother has grown to hate him so i would choose going with your mother just to be there you know what i am sayin

At age 21. that would be the most mature age and legal age to move in Michigan.

Seventeen is not the same as 18. Michigan law says the parents are responsible for the minor.

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