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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

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Q: Can a 16-year-old in Michigan move out if they have been legally emancipated?
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