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Can you move out at 17 with parental permission?

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2006-04-26 08:23:20
2006-04-26 08:23:20

Yes, I suppose you could, but that does not mean that you're emancipated. Mom and Dad could decide at any time to make you come back home. And Mom and Dad could still be held responsible for your actions (I wonder if they're aware of that?). And you would need their help to do certain things, such as enroll in school and rent an apartment (because a minor cannot enter into a binding contract such a rental agreement). There may be other issues as well. YES I MOVED OUT WENE I WAS 16, AS LONG AS YOU HAVE PARENTAL CONSENT......BUT REMEMBER IT HAS ITS DRAW BACKS YOULL ALWAYS END UP BACK HOME......

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