No. Any person regardless of age who is under a court order must receive permission from the court or an agency of authority to change residence or take any action that might be contrary to the standing order. In Missouri the legal age of majority is not 17, it is 18. The MO. juvenile code designates a 17-year-old as being an "adult". This only pertains to criminal matters in which the minor can be charged as an adult and prosecuted in an adult court. The juvenile code does not supercede the state's legal age of majority (18).
Not unless his parents give her custody.
your parents have custody of you until you're 18
In Missouri only with the parents give you permission. Otherwise you have to wait until you are an adult at 18.
That depends upon the custody agreement.
If both parents agree you can. The custody order have to be changed in the court it was issued.
you cant.. if you are still in high school your parents still have custody of you
If the matter was taken to a court, the parents would most likely win custody.
Custody of relatives, an orphanage, or a work house
You are not going to be arrested. But you can be taken into custody and returned to your parents.
This what i know that my parents are separated but, i live with my mom but i go to my dads house every weekend. Sometimes if my mom is nice enough i will go to his house on the weekday and ride the bus to school from and back to his house. I don't know about the joint physical custody.
My parents ruined me. Divorce and custody problems moved me from house to house and school to school. My parents were good parents in that they didn't beat me or hit me. Everything else just did not help my mental state at all.
The legal age of majority is 18.
Unless someone other than the child's parents has legal custody, I see nothing illegal about this.
Assuming Mom has custody, then she would have to agree to let daughter move in with you OR you would have to petition the court for a change of custody.
They do not have to give up custody. They should appoint a guardian to represent them.
yes they can coz your 16 understand dont be thick
No she can not. Being pregnant does not make you emancipated.
yes there is a fun house in Missouri.
No. Your parents must come to an agreement and change the custody order filed in the family court.
If both parents consent, yes. If the parent who currently has custody does not consent, the other parent would have to file a suit for modification of custody. The court may or may not consider the 17 year old's desires, depending on state law.