Can you move out at 17 while on probation in Michigan?
No, age 17 is not the age of adulthood. In Michigan, until you are 18, you are still the responsibility of the parents. It is likely a condition of probation.
In Michigan, a 17 year old is not considered a minor because it states that a minor is someone age 16 or under. I moved out a while ago using this and CPS agreed that they couldn't do anything about it. You're free to move out if you feel like it, just be prepared for it. Get a good job to help you pay for yourself.
You are 16 turning 17 in December you have been to juvinille and you are currently on probation you will get off next month can you still move out at the age 17?
Yes, technically you are a minor until you are 18, but if you are 17 and want to move out of your parent's house, you can leave and the police can not even do anything. I know because I am in the same position and was told this by several police officers in Michigan, that if you leave at 17 nothing can be done against it.
Can your husbands probation officer tell him you have to move out and he cant have any contact with you because i m 17?
What do 15 and 17 year old brothers have to do to legally move out of their dad's house in Michigan and move in with their mother in Virginia?
Can a child at 17 in the state of Michigan move out of their parents house and apply for public assistance for themselves?
Even though you do not have the rights of an 18 year old. A person can move out of their parents house at the age of 17. Even if the parents call the police department, they can force you to return to your parents home. At 17 you can legally move out of your parents house and not have any legal repremands done to you.
The age at which an individual can move out from their parents house is known as the "age of emancipation." In the United States, it varies from state to state. In Detroit, Michigan, the age of emancipation is 18. No, an individual cannot legally move away from their parents at the age of 17 in Detroit if their parents do not wish them to.