Depends on what state you live in, but there are ways to do it. But reexamine why you want to move out. Not having enough freedom is not enough of a reason to move. You have a free ride now, and if that means giving up a little freedom, I'd stick it out another year. If there are more reasons or if the lack of freedom is unreasonable (i.e. must come home right after work and not leave for the rest of the day), talk with your parents in a mature manner about it and check into your state's laws. No, it is not legal to..You need to be eighteen or otherwise have a legal guardian until you are eighteen.Can't you wait one more year?
Yes, William Penn did support religious freedom, he wanted religious freedom in Pennsylvania. :)
many people support religious freedom.
Roosevelt helped support the freedom riders by providing them with FBI protection at times.
Only biological parents are required to support their children.Only biological parents are required to support their children.Only biological parents are required to support their children.Only biological parents are required to support their children.
No you are too young and can't even apply for emancipation yet.
to support freedom
No, the Patriots did.
Yes of course, parents are only person that can support their own children but if their children is have a work they can survive even there's no support from their parents.
She was abused by her brother-in-law. Her husband died when she was 20. Her parents died so she had to support herself.
The parents of a ward of the state will not receive any child support. They were determined to be unfit parents, and do not have a child to support.
Hester is a very talented seamstress and uses that to support herself and Pearl
She does needlework for the townspeople
They were offered money and freedom.
Explain the issues which affect and support team work with parents
Emancipation can result from a mutual agreement between the parents and the child or it can be ordered by the court, in spite of the parents' objections if the child can show that they are no longer reliant on the parents for support. Emancipation also occurs when the child reaches the age of majority (usually 18) unless the parents can show that the child is mentally unfit to care for himself / herself.
Most single parents do not pay child support. The absent parent pays the child support.
Only if you are found to be a unsuitable parent. Regardless of who has them you still have to pay child support. If you mean that you support your parents, that is optional while child support is not.
Legally, no. The parents of the minor would have legal recourse to prevent the young lady from leaving against their wishes.
They did not support Hitler and were against him.
Once a child is 18 the parents are not responsible for the child. Everything that the child does when s/he moves out is his or her own responsibility. However the parents do help support the child but can not do things for the child. They arent REQUIRED to help. But they do help if the child asks. Also, the child is an adult so it would not make much sense if the child could not do for him or herself. That is what the parents raised them to do. If you need support, ask but sometimes the parents support there child because they feel that they should in order to point you in a right direction. But once you are 18 you are on your OWN!
she wore shoes
A bird does not symbolize neither friendship or support, a bird symbolizes freedom.