Generally, no. The legal age of majority is still 18, even in your special circumstances. However you may have more of a case for emancipation than some. it depends on what state you are in you might wanna call some of your local police departments and see what they tell you but most likely you will be considered a adult because you are 17 not because of the child
not without permission
When they are placed on active duty.
if it is addressed to you, you can legally open it.
Emancipation means the child is considered legally an adult. Yes.
Yes, with your parents permission
Only with parental permission.
Not without their permission.
No, not legally.
Not legally. They have to have parental permission or be emancipated.
No, they are not considered legally insane.
You are not yet considered an adult. Until you reach 18 you are the responsibility of your parents. If they give permission, you can move.
If your parents give you permission, you can move out at any time. Giving that permission does not releave them of their responsibilities for you.