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Answered 2005-05-26 15:05:01

No, the legal age of majority is 18.

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If you dont have permission to get emancipated by your parents can you still get emancipated?

Emancipation is done by petitioning a court. Parental permission is not necessary.


How can a minor move in with there friend without emancipation?

If they have parental permission. The parents are responsible for the child. They can decide where the child lives.


Is it illegal to move out of parents consent at 16 in Wisconsin?

A minor can not legally decide where to live without parental permission or emancipation from the court.


Does a minor need parental permission to be emancipatted in the state of Pennsylvania?

A court may grant emancipation without the parents' consent. However, the court will listen to the input of the parents.


Can a 17 year old leave home without parental permission without getting in to trouble with the law in Michigan?

Without parental permission, your parents can request that the police return you to their care. You can go through a process of legal emancipation, but it is difficult without parental consent.


Can you move out of your parents house when you become pregnant?

Pregnancy does not equal emancipation so it's the same rules as before you got pregnant; with parental permission or emancipation by the court as long as you are a minor.


Can a pregnant 16 year old move out of her parents' home in alabama?

Only with parental permission. Pregnancy only get you medical emancipation regarding you and your child.



What is parental consent?

It is your parents giving you permission to do something.



What can you do if your parents won't give their consent for you to become emancipated?

If the minor resides in a state where parental permission is required for them to be emancipated and the parents are opposed to the action, emancipation is not possible. Even in states that do not require parental permission the parent(s), legal guardian or an "interested party" (grandparent, counselor, teacher, etc.) can file an objection to the emancipation and present testimony as to why it should not be allowed. The legal procedure for the emancipation of minor is not a simple process as is sometimes claimed; it can be expensive and complexed. The few states that have established emancipation statutes also have exceptions included, such as parental permission and legal representation being required and so forth. Even if the minor meets all the requirements the decision belongs to the presiding judge and very few judges grant emancipation decrees.


When can a child legally move out of his parents house?

With parental consent or by emancipation.


What is medical emancipation?

Medical emancipation deals with emergency situations and often dealing with birth control issues. A minor can be treated for life threatening issues even without parental permission. If they had to wait on the parents, it might be too late.


How old can you get married without parents permission in Texas?

You must be 18 without parental permission.


What is the legal age for quitting school without parental permission?

18. You can quit at 16 with your parents' permission.


Do you have to have parents permission to be emancipated?

No, you do not have to have parental permission. They do have to be informed and the courts consider the parent's wishes when making their determination.



When you marry underage is it the same as emancipation?

Yes, it serves to remove the disabilities of being a minor. Once married (which will require parental permission or a court order) you are considered an adult. And the parents are no longer responsible for you.



Can a 16 year old move out legally if I can 100 percent take care of myself in Indiana?

Yes, if they have parental permission. Indiana does not have an emancipation statute. Until they are adults they remain the responsibility of their parents. That includes the parents determining where thay can live.


Can you move out at seventeen in nh with your parents permission?

Yes, with parental permission you can move out. Otherwise you have to wait until you are an adult.


Can a 17-year-old sign a lease for an apartment in Missouri without emancipation papers but with parental permission and a boyfriend being the main leaser on the lease?

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What does it take for a 17 year old pregnant girl to move out of her parents house in Arizona?

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How do you get your parents to sign a form to agree to your being emancipated?

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