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Can you move in with 18 year old boyfriend with your parents permission when im 16 in Vt?

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Answered 2009-03-04 02:53:23

u can move in with me baby girl

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The only way you ca move in with him if your parents give all your rights to your boyfriend, but you can't move out without your parents permission because your still a minor and your boyfriend is 23 and he could go to jail if your parents are not ok with it. So just stay home and with at least a year or two and see how everything is going with your parents and your boyfriend. No, the legal age for moving out without your parents permission is 18-years-old.



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


A 17 year old can't move out from TN and move in with her boyfriend in Arizona without parental permission. If the parents approve, the 17 year can move out.


If she has the permission of her parents and she is the legal age of consent in that state.


Only if her parents have given permission. And if there is sexual contact, it could be illegal to do so.


Yes, the parents can give permission. It does not absolve them of responsibility.


No, she can't unless she have permission from her parents to move out. She is still legally a minor. If she files for emancipation, well that changes things.


The parents are still responsible for her. Without their permission she will have to wait until she is 18.


If she has the permission of her parents and she is the legal age of consent in that state.


If you have your parents permission and his parents welcome you into their home and you don't have sex, since he is below the age of consent, yes you can. Until you are 18 you can not move without your parents permission.


As long as she has parental permission. Otherwise she has to live where her parents say.


Yes, she can move in with her boyfriend. She will have to have parental permission.


Yes, they can move out with permission. It does not relieve the parents of their responsibilities for the minor.


Only if she has permission from her parents. Being pregnant does make them an adult.


No, a judge would never allow your parents to do that to your boyfriend.


Yes, she can move in with her boyfriend. She will have to have her father's permission.


If she has her parents' permission. Until she reaches the age of majority, she is the responsibility of her parents. She can either seek emancipation or permission to marry.


Yes, I think as long as you have your parents permission you can move.


If she has the permission of her parents and she is the legal age of consent in that state. And 15 is not the age of consent.


Not legally unless she has parental permission. Until they reach 18 the parents are responsible for him.


If she has the permission of her parents. Otherwise she will either have to be married or turn 18 in Virginia.


Certainly not! A 16 year old is still a minor in Canada. Until she is the age of majority, she lives with her parents.


Unless the 14 year old has been emancipated, which is every unlikely, the 14 year old is required to do whatever the parents want them to do. If the parents give permission for her to move, then she may do so. However, without her parents' permission, she would be considered a "Runaway", and the police may escort her home and potentially charge her with status offenses.




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