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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.

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Q: Can a 17-year-old male move out on his own in the state of Missouri?
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Can a 16-year-old male legally move out of his parents' house in the State of Missouri?

No.


Can you move out at 17 in the state of Missouri and move to Washington state?

In the state of Missouri you CAN move out at 17 you are considered an adult!, and the juvenile court stated you can move out of state as long as you make sure the laws there are ok with it as well i am from Missouri i have 3 months till i turn 18 and i am moving out . so yes you can move out at 17 in Missouri


Does a pregnant 17 yr old have the right to move out in the state of Missouri?

Yes you can move out at 17 in Missouri.


Can a 17 yr old male legally move out in the state of Missouri?

Im not sure about the laws of Missouri per say, but if you legally become an adult through court then I would say yes it would be legal.


If living in Missouri when the Missouri Compromise start can you move to another state?

Of course. It was a free country.


How do you establish residency in Missouri?

If you are smart, don't ever move to Missouri and then you don't have to worry about it! Horrible state!


Can a Missouri 17 year old male move to Tennessee without parent permission?

No he cannot.


Can you move out of state at 17 in Missouri?

Not in Missouri, until you are an adult, the parents are responsible for you. That would be 18 and until then they determine where you live.


In the state of Missouri can you move in with your grandparents without your parents consent at the age of 16?

No.


Is there anyway possible you can move out at the age of 16 in the state of Missouri?

If you have your parents' permission.


Can you move out legally in the state of Missouri at the age of 17?

Yes, if you have parental consent.


Is it legal to move out at 17 in the state of Missouri?

Only if you are emancipated or have your parent's permission


Can a 17 year old move out her parents house and move in with her 18year old boyfriend in the state of Missouri?

nope


Can a 17 yr old move out of state in Missouri without parental consent?

No, they cannot move without permission in Missouri. Either the parents have to consent or there must be a court order.


How old must you be in the state of Missouri to move out of your house without a parent's consent?

18.


What age can one legally move out from guardian's home in the state of Missouri?

You have to be 16 i belive


Are you able to move out at the age of Seventeen in the state of Missouri if you are a girl?

Not in Missouri, until you are an adult, your parents are responsible for you. That would be 18 and until then they determine where you live.


Can you legally move out without your parents' consent in the state of Missouri?

No, not until you reach the age where the laws of the state say you are an adult.


What do i have to do to move out at 17yrs old in Missouri?

You cannot move out on your own at the age of 17. The age of emancipation in your state (MO) is 18 years of age.


Can a seventeen year old move in with a friend in the state of Missouri?

In Missouri they can only do so if the parents give their permission. Otherwise, they will have to wait until they turn 18.


What is the legal age to move out in the state of GA?

For a male its 17 for a female it is 18


How old does a male have to be to move out?

W/e the legal age is in the state he is living in.


What age can a minor move out of state without parents permission in Missouri legally?

I think you have to be 17 years old.


Can an 18 year old move out of parents house while still in high school in the state of Missouri?

Yes he can.


Can you move out of state and still collect on Missouri Unemployment?

Yes, as long as you qualify and notify Missouri's office of employment security and comply with their regulations pertaining to the move,