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With parental consent, they can move out. Emancipation means the parents are no longer responsible for them.

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Q: Can a 17 year old move out without being emancipated but have he consent of his or her parents?
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Can you move out at 16 without being emancipated in Ky?

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Is it legal for an under aged teen to move out of their parents house into a non relatives house?

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How old do you have to be to leave your parents in South Carolina without the police getting involved?

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How can a 16-year-old legally move out?

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Is there any possible way for a 16-year-old female in the state of Missouri to marry a 21-year-old male without her parents' consent without being emancipated?

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Can a 16-year-old move out without being legally emancipated in Florida?

Only with your parents' consent. If they don't consent, you can either wait another 2 years, or you can seek legal emancipation if you believe that they are mistreating you.


Can a 17-year-old girl move out of her parents' house to live with her boyfriend without taking it up with the courts in Kentucky?

No. As long as you are a minor you are not allowed to move without their consent or being emancipated.


Can a 15 year old move out of their parents house in North Carolina if they have a job and a place to stay without being emancipated?

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Can a 17 year old move out without parental consent or being emancipated in the state of Minnesota?

No.


Can you legally move out at 16 without being emancipated in the state of Colorado?

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Can a 17 year get married in Texas without parental consent if they are enrolled in school?

No. The only way to get married without parental consent is by being emancipated and going to school does not do that.


At what age can a child move out of their home in Chicago?

Eighteen, without parental consent or being otherwise emancipated.


Can a 16 year old move out of home and live with a cousin even though your parents do not accept?

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In Baton Rouge Louisiana can you get Emancipated at age 16 without being married or in the military?

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Is it legal for a girl to move out with parental consent in Illinois?

Yes, but you cannot own property without being emancipated.


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Only with parental consent.


If a girl under the age eighteen was pregnant in NM could she get emancipated without her parents consent?

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Can a minor be emancipated from one parents without being emancipated from the other?

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How do you get emancipated if you are a 15 yr old single mom in Texas?

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In Louisiana can a 17-year-old female move in with her fiance without parental consent and not be forced to return home if she is provided for?

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