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Can a 16-year-old legally move out with parental consent in Kansas?


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Answered 2006-09-08 18:55:03

Not legally, but if parental consent is given, there's not really any repercussion or consequence.

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If a 15 year old gets pregnant can she get married without parents consent in Kansas?

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Can you get married in kansas with an adult if you are 15 and pregnant?

If you have parental consent of both parents and it will also require a court order because you are under 16.



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How old do you have to be to drop out of school in Kansas?

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