No, you cannot move out without your parents' permission. The legal age of majority in Indiana is 18. If you leave home without parental consent your parents can report you as a runaway. Indiana does allow a minor to petition for emancipation. You could try to get legally emancipated by a judge, but that will be a difficult process.
No a 17 year old pregnant girl can not move out of her house and stay alone in the state of Indiana.
Certainly if you have permission from your parents. Otherwise, you will have to wait until you are an adult, which is 18 in Indiana.
The age of majority in Indiana is 18. This is the age that the law recognizes you as an adult.No, legally you cannot move out at 17. You become an adult the age of 18 in Indiana. Until that age your parents are responsible for you and where you live.
The age of majority in Indiana is 18, when you are considered an adult. Until then your parents are responsible for you. So if you have their permission, you can move out, but they are still responsible.
Yes, if the parents give their permission to do so in Indiana. Otherwise they will have to wait until they turn 18.
Not in Indiana, they can only do so if the parents give their permission to do so. Otherwise they will have to wait until they turn 18.
No you have to be 18.
Indiana has no clear law on an age of emancipation, so you have to take it to a court.
Not unless they have parental permission. In Indiana, until they are 18, the parents are responsible for them.
You are not an adult in Illilnois at age 17. Until you reach 18, you live where your parents allow you to live.
No, they cannot move without parental permission in Indiana. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order.
Only with parental consent until you are 18.
Seventeen is not the same as 18. Until you are an adult, Indiana law says the parents are responsible for the minor.
With parental consent until you are emancipated at 18.
No they cannot. Until they are 18, the parents are responsible for them and decide where they live.
A person will have to be 18 or older to move in with a friend in the state of Indiana.
It would require emancipation first.
No child under the age of 18 can move out onto their own. Parents are held legally responsible for minors until the age of 18.
The laws considered them to be an adult. In Indiana they can move out.
no you have to be 18. when you're 17 you are still under your parents control. 18 you're free to do whatever you choose.
You can not move unless you have parental permission or turn 18. The age of consent is 16 so you are allowed to give consent for sex if you move.