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Can you legally move out without parents permission if you are married in the state of California?


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2010-07-14 05:42:17
2010-07-14 05:42:17

You are not considered an adult until you are 18, let alone get married. If your parents find out or the cops, you will find that out!

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Not unless you get a court order that will allow it.

Not without their permission in California. Until they reach 18 the parents are responsible for him.

If she is legally married, yes. If she is emancipated, yes. If she has her parents' permission, yes. If she doesn't have her parents' permission, no, but she can apply for emancipation.

A 17-year-old can get married in California if they are legally emancipated from their parents, or their parents sign a legal document. Once married, they can no longer rely on their parents for support.

Marriage automatically emancipates a minor, so they don't need their parents permission to move out (of course, they do need their parents permission to get married).

If you are not emancipated you need your parents' permission to move out or to get married.

Depending on your country it is either 16, 18 or 21. However you may be able to get married beforehand with parents permission.

She can not get married without parents or the courts permission.

You both need to be eighteen to do it wihtout permission, because then your parents can't legally force you to stop.

16 with parents permission, 18 without permission.

1. Get Grandparents'/Parents' Permission or 2. Get married (which will require Grandparent's/Parents' permission) or 3. She gets emancipated (which is hard to do without grandparents'/parents' permission)

If you are under the age of 16, you are unable to get married by law. However, if you are over 16 but under 18 you can get permission from the underage parties parents (the boys). Once you are 18, you can legally get married without the permission from parents.

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If your parents give you permission, you can move out at any time. Giving that permission does not releave them of their responsibilities for you.

Not without their permission.

Yes, with your parents permission

No, they cannot do so legally, unless they have parental permission. Until they are 18 or married, the parents are responsible.

Answer: Legally, no not unless you have a parents permission. Even if you did have a parents permission you really don't have say so in where you live.

The age of majority in Alabama is 19. You can move out at 18 with your parents' permission. That does not mean you are emancipated, or that they are relieved of the responsibility of taking care of you. You can, with your parent's permission, request emancipation from the court which 'relieves you from the disability of nonage.' *A legally married minor is considered to be automatically emancipated.

In the United States, 16 with your parents permission. And 17 and older without your parents permission.

No, You only have your parents permission. Only a court of law can legally emancipate you.

No, you can not legally get married at age 17 unless both of your parents and both of your partner's parents have given permission.

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