A 17-year-old can move out, but certain conditions must be met. They must obtain a family law lawyer to help with the legal aspects of emancipation and be a legal resident of Texas. They must be able to prove that they are able to support themselves on their own.
It is very difficult to be emancipated under the age of 18, and it is the responsibility of the minor to prove their case. The judge looks for several things, including whether the person is capable of making a living and supporting themselves. Also, they try to determine whether the child will be able to mentally handle the rigors of life on their own.
In the state of Texas, yes
To move out legally you need parental consent until you are 18yo if you wish to move out.
Legal age to move out without parental permission is 18 in Texas.
If you mean 'can' you do this, then the answer is yes, as long as the 17-year-old has parental consent to get married.
If a 17 year old drives in Texas with a permit, the 17 year old will be driving in Texas with a permit.
Only with parental consent.
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No. As long as you are under 18 you are a minor in Texas.
can a 17 year old move out on their own can a 17 year old move out on their own
No, a 17 year old can not move out with a 19 year old in Illinois without parent approval. If the 17 year old has approval, they can move out.
If a 17 year old wants to move in with an 18 year old then the person who is 17 needs to ask their parents to move in with this friend scince the 17 year old is not an official adult