Having a child does not emancipate a person. If you are under the age of 18, you are still a minor, rather you're a parent yourself or not.
It depends upon the laws of the state. In some cases a minor who has a child or is pregnant will be granted emancipation by the court for the purpose of obtaining public assistance. If the minor (and child) cannot reside int he family home for any reason they should contact the Department of Family Services in their city or county of residence for assistance.
With parental consent or by emancipation.
Moving out of a parents house at the age of 16 legally, depends on where the person resides. In most states, a child cannot legally move out of a parents home because they are not of the states age of majority. A child can move out at 16 if they are legally emancipated by the courts.
You used the word child. And legally they are a child and the parents decide where they are to live.
You have to be 18 to legally move out of your parents house. However, your parents can sign a form that says that you can leave legally.
you can move out at 17 but they are still legally responsible of you
A child under the age of 18 cannot move out of their parents' house without the parents' consent. They could petition the court for emancipation.
Not without parental consent or becoming legally emancipated. Having a child is not an emancipating event.
A child can legally move out of their parents home when they are of legal age. In most states, the legal age is 18.
if your child is not a minor,then you can ask them to move out.
If a child is legally emancipated by the court, then the parents are no longer responsible for the child. On the other hand, if the parents simply give the child permission to move out...then that's a different matter entirely.