Yes, if you're emancipated, then you can. Be aware that emancipation is a pretty rare thing. Despite what most teenagers seem to believe, judges are not handing out orders of emancipation like they
You must be 18 to sign a lease agreement in any state, or you have to have been legally emancipated.
Emancipated minors are minors who have been legally released from the control of their parents.
if they have been legally emancipated by the court or through marriage, yes. Otherwise they can only move out with parental permission but will not be emancipated then.
An emancipa[tor] is a minor who has legally been emancipated, therefore they are adults.
18, unless you have parental consent or have been legally emancipated.
No emancipation is only done by a judge. If you have not been to court, you are not emancipated.
They can if they have been emancipated. Michigan does allow a 16-year-old to petition the court for emancipation. But be aware that Michigan
Unless you have been legally declared an 'emancipated minor,' probably not. You are too young to sign a legally binding contract.
you can't. not unless you've been legally emancipated.
You can if you have parental permission or if you've been emancipated.
18, unless you've been emancipated.
Only if the minor has legally been "emancipated" by action of the courts.
Not unless you have been legally emancipated by the court.
No, not unless they've been legally emancipated.
No, not until you attain the age of emancipation, or have been legally emancipated by the court after applying for same.
No. The minor will not be considered legally emancipated until he or she has finished basic training and been placed on active duty.
If you are legally emancipated by marriage or a court order, you can live with whomever you want. You are now considered to be an adult.
A minor that has been legally emancipated is considered an adult. They may enter into contracts like any other adult.
If you are not legally an adult in your home state and haven't been legally emancipated, you will be returned. If you become a "chronic runaway" you can be treated as incorrigible and turned over to the juvie authorities.
If they have parental permission or they've been legally emancipated, then yes.
Not unless you've been emancipated.
If the individual is legally emancipated, has not been declared legally or medically incompetent, and is not (because of his ailment) under the guardianshoip of his parents, yes.
Unless they have been legally emancipated by the court, they are a runaway - and can be classified a Child In Need of Supervision if it is done continually.
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).
The age of majority in TX is 18. You cannot legally leave home prior to turning 18 unless you have your parents' permission or you have been emancipated.