No, legally you cannot move out at age 17. You become an adult the age of 18 in Idaho. Until that age your parents are responsible for you and where you live.
Yes it is
In Texas not until they are 18 years of age. Until then the parents determine where you live.
yes. why not
No, you need to be 18 or emancipated to legally move out. Or have your parent's permission.
You can legally move out at age 17, because you considered an adult then.
A 17 year old cannot move out legally in the state of Florida. They must be 18 years of age to move out.
No, legally you cannot move out at 17 in any state. You become an adult the age of 18 in Kansas. Until the age of majority your parents are responsible for you and where you live.
You can legally move out of your parents' home when you are no longer a minor. In Utah, that is 18.
You can legally move out at the age of sixteen in New Brunswick and Alberta.
No, 18 is the legal age to move out without parental permission or emancipation.
By getting emancipated.
depends on the state...in sc...17
Legally? You don't.
Yes, if you have parental consent.
The age of majority in TX is 18, therefore that
No, the legal age of majority for the state is 19.
yes you can, your parents are able to kick you out at age 18, but you can move out on your own at age 17 if you want, and wont get charged. this is because of the loop hole in Georgia
No, age 17 is not the age of adulthood. In Virginia, until you are 18, you are still their responsibility.
you can move out at 17 but they are still legally responsible of you
I am 17 myslef and when you are 17 you are legally able to move out. Your parents nor cops can do anything about it. Good luck!
No, the age of emancipation is 18 so only if you have parental permission.
Generally, no. The age of majority is 18. Until you reach the age of majority, or are otherwise legally emancipated, you need your parents' or guardian's permission to move out.