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Can a 16 year old leave home and live with grandparents without parents approval in Illinois?

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2009-01-02 23:49:44
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No, until they turn 18 or are emancipated, the parents determine where their children live.

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If he is legally emancipated, or both parents are deemed unfit, or if the grandparents gain legal custody, then yes.


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Not without the permission of their parents. Until they reach the age of majority, which is 18 in Illinois, their parents determine where they live.


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In most states you have to be 18 to choose so your parents can decide this without your approval.


Seventeen is not yet the age of adulthood in Illinois. You cannot move without parental permission.


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