That depends on the state. Having parental permission is a help, but the minor is going to have to show additional things, such as the ability to support themselves financially.
If the minor (key fact) in question is not emancipated and his/her parents are his/her legal guardians, then no. If the minor (key fact) in question is not emancipated and his/her parents are his/her legal guardians, then no.
If she is emancipated or has her parents permission she can live where ever she wants.
No, if you are emancipated, you do not need parental permission to marry. But it might be easier just to get their permission, in that marriage emancipates a minor.
You have to get emancipated, but you might want to think hard before doing so. In order to get emancipated your parents have to sign off giving you permission. You have to get emancipated, but you might want to think hard before doing so. In order to get emancipated your parents have to sign off giving you permission.
Only if you have parental permission (even then your parents are still responsible) or you've been emancipated.
Yes, as long as the minor is moving to a safe and appropriate environment. But the parents are still legally responsible for the minor.
I don't know about other states, But in Idaho, You can get emancipated by marrying anyone older than 18, as long as you have parents permission to marry.
Emancipation is done by petitioning a court. Parental permission is not necessary.
can a minor in the state of Missouri be emancipated with parental permission at the age of 15
Yes, if a judge of competent jurisdiction agrees.
No you can not ask a judge to be with a minor sexually. Nor can the parents give permission. The minor have to have reached the age of consent, being emancipated or married in order to have sex legally. If this is regarding dating and not sex that is up to the parents. I seriously doubt any judge would go against that.
A 17-year-old is not a woman, she is a minor, and therefore, no, she cannot move out without her parents permission unless she has been legally emancipated.
You do not need their permission. However, the court will talk to them and they do have to know about it.
If you're a minor and you have not been emancipated, then yes, they can have you picked up and brought back home.
If your parents give you permission or if you are emancipated. If you are not emancipated, your parents will have to sign any legal documents, such as a lease, for you.
Only the court can emancipate a minor. There are several requirements that has to be met.
Yes. But depending on where you live it can take a while.
No. An emancipated minor is required to support themselves through gainful employment and not by their parents or public assistance.
only if the minor has their parents permission
Yes you are. Most states have a specific law that says that a minor is emancipated if they get married. And all states require that a minor have parental permission to get married.
Yes, once a minor who is at least the age of seventeen, has received parental permission to enlists in the military or marry and does so, they become "automatically" emancipated.
No, you do not have to have parental permission. They do have to be informed and the courts consider the parent's wishes when making their determination.
Not all states allow a minor to be emancipated. In some states it is necessary to have the parental permission before the court will accept an emancipation petition from the minor. In all states that allow emancipation of minors, the parents, guardian, or any qualified "interested party" is given the opportunity to contest any emancipation petition filed by any minor.
At 16, you need parental permission anyways just to be emancipated. But with parental permission, I think she can live with her boyfriend. The only problem would be that she's a minor and he's not, but I think she is much less a minor when emancipated.
It will depend on the laws in your state or location. You do not need parental permission to get emancipated, but you must meet the other requirements.