Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out

Can a seventeen-year-old live with his grandparents without his parents' consent in Mississippi?

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If he is legally emancipated, or both parents are deemed unfit, or if the grandparents gain legal custody, then yes.

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The grandparents must petition the court for a guardianship and both parents must consent.The grandparents must petition the court for a guardianship and both parents must consent.The grandparents must petition the court for a guardianship and both parents must consent.The grandparents must petition the court for a guardianship and both parents must consent.


In order for the grandparents to be appointed legal guardians both parents must agree and consent. If the mother doesn't consent the father cannot sign his own rights over to the grandparents.In order for the grandparents to be appointed legal guardians both parents must agree and consent. If the mother doesn't consent the father cannot sign his own rights over to the grandparents.In order for the grandparents to be appointed legal guardians both parents must agree and consent. If the mother doesn't consent the father cannot sign his own rights over to the grandparents.In order for the grandparents to be appointed legal guardians both parents must agree and consent. If the mother doesn't consent the father cannot sign his own rights over to the grandparents.


They can but if the parents disagree with the exposure, they can put a stop to it by reducing time exposed or eliminating it altogether. The Grandparents should run it by the parents first for consent.


his mom's parents are from Alabama..his Dad's parents are from Mississippi


No. A child cannot make that type of decision.They cannot live with grandparents unless both parents consent. Then the grandparents would need to obtain legal custody through the court. If the parents don't consent the grandparents would need to petition the court for guardianship and try to obtain legal custody over the parents' objections.No. A child cannot make that type of decision.They cannot live with grandparents unless both parents consent. Then the grandparents would need to obtain legal custody through the court. If the parents don't consent the grandparents would need to petition the court for guardianship and try to obtain legal custody over the parents' objections.No. A child cannot make that type of decision.They cannot live with grandparents unless both parents consent. Then the grandparents would need to obtain legal custody through the court. If the parents don't consent the grandparents would need to petition the court for guardianship and try to obtain legal custody over the parents' objections.No. A child cannot make that type of decision.They cannot live with grandparents unless both parents consent. Then the grandparents would need to obtain legal custody through the court. If the parents don't consent the grandparents would need to petition the court for guardianship and try to obtain legal custody over the parents' objections.


No. The grandparents must petition the court to be appointed the legal guardians and provide evidence that parents are unfit unless the parents are willing to consent. See the related question.No. The grandparents must petition the court to be appointed the legal guardians and provide evidence that parents are unfit unless the parents are willing to consent. See the related question.No. The grandparents must petition the court to be appointed the legal guardians and provide evidence that parents are unfit unless the parents are willing to consent. See the related question.No. The grandparents must petition the court to be appointed the legal guardians and provide evidence that parents are unfit unless the parents are willing to consent. See the related question.


Ruby Bridges lived with her parents and grandparents near Tylertown Mississippi until she moved to New Orleans with her parents when she was four years old.



If the matter was taken to a court, the parents would most likely win custody.


In every state it's the same....god such retarted people. The age is 18yrs old when you are legally an adult. With parents consent 16yrs.


You don't have to have your parents consent to drop out of high school when you are 17 years of age and you can move out of your parents house in Mississippi when you turn the age of 18 years of age. You are consider an adult in the states eyes when u turn 18.


The father's parents are the paternal grandparents. The mother's parents are the maternal grandparents.


Yes, if the minor has the consent of her parents.


She is not an adult yet. Until she turns 18, the parents are responsible for her and where she lives.


The age of consent in Mississippi is 16 years of age. If both parties are over that age, there are no criminal issues. The parents don't have to agree and can still make things difficult.


Your paternal grandparents are the parents of the your father.Your maternal grandparents are the parents of your mother.


With limited information it is possible to locate biological parents/grandparents via the internet at such sights as adoption.com. Look for reunion registries through which you can find biological parents if they want to be found.


Yes. The minor parents have the same rights over their child as adult parents do. The grandparents have no legal right to the grandchild.



Every person born has 2 parents. Your parent's parents are your grandparents. Your grandparents also had parents-- their parents are your great-grandparents. Your great-grandparents had parents, who are your great-great grandparents. You can keep tracing your genealogy backward to learn each generation who were parents in your direct family line-- people who are your great, great-great, great-great-great grandparents and so on back through the centuries.


Every person had parents and grandparents.


Your grandparents are your mother's or father's parents.


No. In order to be eligible to receive child support you must be the legal guardian. The parents would have to consent to the court appointment of the grandparents as legal guardians.


Yes, with the consent of the father. The grandparents would need to petition to be appointed the child's legal guardians.


Though you do have to be 21 to marry in Mississippi without consent, you may get married at 15 if you are a female with the consent of ONE parent. Mississippi is one of the few states that doesn't require the permission of both parents.



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