Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out

Can a 15 year old move in with another family meber without perintal consent?

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No, they cannot move without permission. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order.

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No because you must be 18 to be an adult, live on your own, orofficially live with someone other than your biological family without parental consent



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