Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out
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Georgia (US State)

Can a 15-year-old move in with another adult without parental permission in Georgia?

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2005-11-10 23:53:00
2005-11-10 23:53:00

petition the court for emancipation No, the age of legal majority in Georgia is eighteen, the minimum age for filing a petition for emancipation rights is sixteen.

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They can if they have parental permission. Without parental permission, no, they cannot.

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