Legally, Probably not....I did it but my parents allowed it and I was staying with another legal adult so I guess that doesn't count (?) I don't know if you would be able to get utilities and such in your name.
12 years old
No. You are only considered a runaway if your parents do not know where you are.
You can move out if your parents house whenever you please but you have to have their permission and somewhere to go. Unless you are 18 or over.
No you can not until you are 18 and then you can move out.
No. You are a minor until the age of 18. If you leave at 16 without parents permission you can be legally considered a runaway.
no, you must become legally emancipated or else your parents can report you as a runaway and you will get sent to juvie.
Yes. A 17-year old is considered a runaway. Not until the legal age of 18 can she move out legally.
Depends on what state.
The only way a 17 year old can move out on their own is to get legally emancipated. If the minor attempts to move out without emancipation, they can be charged as a runaway.
Basically anyone up to the age of 17 can be charged with runaway. But if you are 17-18, they can bring you back home, but will not file runaway charges
You are legally considered an adult at eighteen years of age. So yes, you could legally move out.
Yes, but that juvenile would be considered a runaway. You're not legally an adult and responsible for yourself until the age of 18.
no you have to be emancipated by a parent,otherwise you would be considered a runaway...
Yes, if she is emancipated by a court or if her parents give her permission. Otherwise, she is a runaway.
You can legally move out at age 17, because you considered an adult then.
The age of consent is not 16 in NC. If you move out, you are a runaway. Wait until you are 18.
You are considered an adult at 18 in Texas.
The age of majority in Pennsylvania is 18. That is the age at which you can legally move out on your own. If you try to move out before that age, or run away, you can be reported as a runaway and forced to return home.
No. They will be considered elopement/runaway.
Yes. A person who is legally married is considered emancipated and responsible for him/herself.
well...your parents cant kick you out until you are 18 yrs old, but you can legally leave your home at age 17 and not be charged with anything, or be considered a runaway. This is because of the loop hole in Georgia law
your parents can kick you out at age 18, but you are able in Georgia to leave your home at age 17, with out getting charged of anything or be considered a runaway. Its because of the loop hole in Georgia laws and Georgia only
No. She is a child and legally under the control of her parents. You might be charged with harboring a runaway, child rape, etc., depending on the laws for your state.
It's considered running away if your parents are not aware of your wherabouts. I think if you just wander out the door after about your sixteenth birthday they'll assume you can take care of yourself. I don't think you are actually legally allowed to move out until you are legally an adult though: eighteen. I'm not sure if you are talking about moving out or just wandering off . . . please clarify.
12. Although you have to be in the care of a trusted adult. Preferablly family member.