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Can an 18 year old with a 2 year old baby move out of her parents home?


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2015-12-11 03:35:13
2015-12-11 03:35:13

In most places that would not be a problem. Most of the world considers 18 to be an adult who can choose where to live.

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Not without parental consent or emancipation by the court. Having a baby does not emancipate you.

No. When a minor have a baby she is only emancipated regarding her own health and the baby. Everything else is the same as before.

No. When having a baby the only emancipation you have is making decisions regarding your child and medical decisions for yourself. You are not emancipated in any other ways and still have to do what your parents say.

In some cases, a 17 year old can move out of their parents home. The minor will need to have a parents permission before moving out.

No. You have to be 18 and an adult before you can move.

No. At 17 you are still a minor and your parents are still in charge. You can move at 18.

A 16 year old girl can not move out of her parents house to go and live with her 18 year old boyfriend, because she is not of age and she is not grown. DSS can and will step in if the parents allow this young lady to move. If she attemps to run away from home and move in DSS will remove her from the home.

No, you can move at 18 when you are an adult. Until then you are a minor.

Can you move out at age 16, without parents permition? can a 16year old leave home

As long as she has her parents' permission. Otherwise they need to live where their parents say.

The minor would need permission from the court that placed her with the foster parents before she could move into her grandmother's home.

With her parents' permission, certainly. Without her parents' permission she can apply to the court for emancipation and, if granted, then be able to move out.

No it is not legal to move out at 17 in Arizona. Until you are an adult, your parents determine where you live.

No and no. However, make sure you're moving into a stable environment for the sake of the baby.

No, they cannot move without permission in New Jersey. There has to be either the parents consent or a court order.

You can move out if you have permission from your parents. Otherwise, you will have to wait until you are an adult, which is 18.

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