Generally, no. The legal age of majority inis actually 21, whereas in most states it is 18. You can try to get emancipated but it will be much easier with parental permission.
if they are emancipated, then obviously. In other cases they need a parents permission
Emancipation is done by petitioning a court. Parental permission is not necessary.
Yes, if a judge of competent jurisdiction agrees.
You do not need their permission. However, the court will talk to them and they do have to know about it.
If your parents give you permission or if you are emancipated. If you are not emancipated, your parents will have to sign any legal documents, such as a lease, for you.
Yes. But depending on where you live it can take a while.
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.
You have to get emancipated, but you might want to think hard before doing so. In order to get emancipated your parents have to sign off giving you permission. You have to get emancipated, but you might want to think hard before doing so. In order to get emancipated your parents have to sign off giving you permission.
It will depend on the laws in your state or location. You do not need parental permission to get emancipated, but you must meet the other requirements.
In the state of Kansas a person who is 16 years old can be emancipated with permission from their parents. The only exception to this is if the parents are ruled incompetent or are physically abusive.
Sure, if you get your parents permission
Yes when you get emancipated, turn 18 or with parents permission.
if you are emancipated you no longer need parent's permission for anything
You have to sue your parents in court to gain emancipation.
Unless you have parental permission you will need to be legally emancipated. This is a difficult process unless you have their permission. In some states you can get emancipated through marriage or joining the military, but again, you usually need your parents' permission.
1.) Join the military (if you're old enough) 2.) Get married (if you're old enough or if you have parents' permission and meet legal age requirements) 3.) Go to court and have a judge declare you emancipated (with or without parents' permission)
The law and requirements varies between states so it depends on where you live.
If she is emancipated or has her parents permission she can live where ever she wants.
Only with parents permission or if she is emancipated.
They must be emancipated before they can more out. Or have their parents' permission.
If the minor (key fact) in question is not emancipated and his/her parents are his/her legal guardians, then no. If the minor (key fact) in question is not emancipated and his/her parents are his/her legal guardians, then no.
If you are not emancipated you need your parents' permission to move out or to get married.
No, You only have your parents permission. Only a court of law can legally emancipate you.
No, the legal age of majority with the exception of four states is 18. In Alabama and Nebraska it is 19, in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21. But with parental permission you can or if emancipated by the court or through marriage.
No, you have to be over sixteen before you can be Emancipated. The link below provides plenty of information if you are planning to try and be Emancipated, or are thinking of it.