No, a sixteen year old can not legally move out on their own in Kentucky. Unless the sixteen year old is married or has parental permission they have to live with the parent until they are 18.
You have to be 18 to move out and live on your own legally. If its okay with your parents, you can go to court, and legally become an adult at 16 or 17 depending on where you live.
This makes no sense...
No, a sixteen year old is not legally old enough to own a firearm to begin with. Also, you must be at least 18 years old to sign an affidavit.
No, you shouldn't be. They are legally an adult and therefore are able to live on their own and be responsible for their own actions. Depending on where you live and what school your child is in depends on who will be held responsible.
You can't legally live on your own. You are not able to contract for a place to live. Until you reach the age of majority, you are dependent on parents or guardians.
Until the child reaches the age of 18, they cannot legally own anything.
No, at 18 they are adults and on their own.
it is called emancipation