They can if they have parental permission. Without parental permission, no, they cannot.
You can if you have parental permission.
Not unless she has been emancipated in some manner such as marriage or court decree, or she has parental permission (and even with parental permission her parents are still legally responsible for her).
Not without parental permission. Until you turn 18, you remain their responsibility.
No, you can not move to another country at 16 without parental permission.
No. Parental permission is sufficient. It doesn't matter if they are married or divorced.
You have to be an adult so 18 unless you have parental permission or is emancipated by the court.
18 without parental permission.
With parental permission from both his parents, yes.
No, In North Carolina regardless of parental permission, you must be 18 to get a tattoo. However piercings are held in another category.
You can only move out with parental permission since Ohio don't have emancipation before 18. Even if they would you would probably turn 18 before it was ruled. Marriage is another alternative but there you also need parental permission.
As long as they have parental permission. Otherwise they will have to wait until they turn 18.
A minor can not legally leave the state without parental permission so this changes nothing.
As long as they have parental permission. Otherwise they need to live where their parents say.
They would have to have parental permission. Another method would be to get a court order.
With parental permission there is not a problem. Otherwise you have to wait until you are an adult at 18.
Not without parental permission. And you will not be able to rent a room or apartment at 16, you have to be an adult.
If your parents give permission, yes. If your fiance is underage, parental permission is also required. The rules of the state that you apply for the marriage license in will apply.
The legal age is eighteen. There are some exceptions to include Married (need parental permission), military service (need parental permission), or by court order. There may be another option, of being able to be self sufficient and able to support oneself but I do not know if that is an option in the state of Kentucky.
You need to be worried about the laws of your state. Boyfriend can't take you to another state to get married. First, it's illegal to take a minor across state lines without parental permission. Second, even if it wasn't, you couldn't get married anyway, because you're a minor without parental permission who is not a resident of their state.
With parental permission it is possible to get married in any state. Most require that you be at least 16, even with permission. Without it you must be at least 18, and 19 in one state and 21 in another.
The minor person must have parental permission. If you took her to another state, without the permission of her parents you could be charged with a Federal and/or state crime, even if she went willingly. There are state and federal statutes that protect minors, whether they wish to be protected or not. And whether her parents were agreeable or not. Tread carefully...very carefully. It's illegal if her parents disapprove, but not if yours do. An 18 year old does not require parental permission to get married.
No. At 16 your parents (as long as they have custody and you have not been emancipated in some manner) get to decide where you live.